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It has been a very busy summer for the team here at Junari; meeting lots of really interesting businesses and even more fantastically we have been selected by many of them to be their CRM system of choice. One of these companies is Highwire Ltd, based up in Manchester.
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It is with huge pleasure and great delight that we heard at the end of last week that we have been selected as a finalist for the prestigious Essex Business Excellence Awards 2014, Customer Care & Service award category.
I’ve just finished reading Michael Morpurgo’s book “Born to Run” to my young son – it’s about a boy who is saved from the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami by the elephant he is riding along the beach. He’s saved because the elephant senses danger and takes the decision to run like mad for the higher ground a vital few minutes earlier than any human at least had figured out what was happening. The book goes on to document how the boy and the elephant develop a close-mutual relationship and to look at the wider context of how humans are impacting the natural world. But the story-point that stuck with me was the elephant’s ability to know before anyone else to get the hell out of there.
Today, 14th May, we visited the lovely fundraising team at E.A.C.H to handover our donation cheque and find out a little bit more about what the charity does. It was lovely to meet Melissa and hear about the fantastic hard-work they do helping children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. It is a pleasure to be doing our small part to help this very worthwhile cause.