The team at Deliver Net were delighted to receive a special award from WarwickSasco in January. The award recognises over 13 years of successful distribution partnership between the two companies.Outstanding Customer SupportPresenting the award, WarwickSasco Managing Director, Darby Booth, praised Deliver Net’s position as a premium distributor. He also acknowledged “the professionalism and outstanding customer support provided by Deliver Net”. Deliver Net chairman, Tim Lockett, said “We’re very pleased to accept this award. WarwickSasco epitomises what Deliver Net insist upon from our supply partners: dedication, professionalism, quality and service.” WarwickSasco has<a class="more-link" href="http://www.delivernet.co.uk/company-news/deliver-net-recognised-outstanding-distribution-partner...
Deliver Net have sponsored industry-leading care provider, Hallmark Care Homes’ glittering ceremony which will take place on Friday 14th September at the Renaissance London Hotel in Hounslow. At the special event, which will be hosted by Television Presenter Matt Baker, 34 team members will have their hard work celebrated across 17 categories ranging from Care Home Team of the Year to Care Chef and Dementia Care Champion. At the start of the year, each finalist was nominated by team members, residents, and relatives from the care groups 17 homes andSEE DETAILS
At Deliver Net, we take data security seriously. We’ve spent many months preparing our business for the upcoming changes to data protection law – the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). The new regulations are designed to give individuals a greater understanding and say over what data is collected about them, by whom, for what purpose and for how long. We’ve always strived to be as transparent and respectful about data security and privacy and our new privacy statement reflects this. We’ve tried to keep our privacy statementSEE DETAILS
Members of the Deliver Net office team visited Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds to deliver a range of donated consumable products and items of care equipment. The hospice, run by the Sue Ryder charity, provides clinical, emotional and practical support to people facing terminal illness. As well as having rooms for up to 18 patients receiving palliative care, the service also supports hundreds of people in the local community, through out-patient clinics, bereavement support, physiotherapy and counselling. Senior Hospice Fundraiser, Paula Guanaria, explained why donations are so vital: “The service weSEE DETAILS
Our epic challenege for January – Cycling Down Dementia – in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK Will you support us?https://cycling-down-dementia-the-pioneer-challenge-300-miles.everydayhero.com/uk/team-deliver-net