We are starting the second quarter with a bang! The company has won an award with the Midlands Business Awards, have gained another accreditation and became a member of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership. We are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to grow and engage our customer base with a better, faster and more varied customer service experience.
We would like to take this opportunity to share our successes, news and expertise from the last few months through this newsletter, we hope you find it useful.
If you have any questions or issues you’d like us to cover in subsequent newsletters, please do get in touch.
Winners – Midlands Business Organisation of the Year
DragonIS have received some excellent news as we head into the second half of the year, we have been chosen as the Midlands Business Organisation of the Year 2016. We are delighted with the news and it has provided a boost to employee morale as we head into a busy second quarter. This award will be taking pride of place for all staff and visitors to see.
Dragon Gains Accreditation for Self-Determination
Connection location. This means that we will be able to turn around a tender more quickly. We are looking to gain approval to self-approve for design which will mean a much quicker turnaround time into the construction and energisation phase.
Annual Charity Bake Off
Back in March of this year we held the annual Dragon Bake-Off to raise money for Sport Relief. This year we did really well, considering we had less bakers, we managed to raise a momentous £203.60 for this worthy cause. The winning masterpiece was the outstanding Chocolate and Raspberry Roulade.
Membership of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
Earlier this month we applied and successfully achieved membership to the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership. This membership will enable us to keep track of the changes made within the energy efficient vehicles industry, this in turn will help us to provide a better experience when implementing a development containing car charging ports. Providing these ports for the low carbon vehicles is a relatively new development within the industry and we hope to make the transition as easy as possible for our customers whilst helping reduce the planets carbon footprint.