Future Safety win new award category at the North West Business Masters Awards 2019
Reporter: Jess Reeves
Date published: 15 April 2019
Future Safety are honoured to have won the Family Business category at the North West Business Masters Awards 2019 which took place at Gorton Monastery on Thursday 7th March.
The Family Business category was new for 2019 and required companies to show how they utilised the skills of different generations within the organisation and have a long term vision for sustainable success.
Future Safety is a small family run business specialising in the design, development and manufacture of our own range of innovative high-performance safety helmets supplying to military, emergency services and industry personnel worldwide.
By working closely with our customers and listening to their needs, we offer a bespoke service which allows us to continually review and redesign the helmets and layups to ensure they meet the ever changing demands of our users.
Colin Holmes, Director of Future Safety said, “Family has always been at the forefront of our business and we class our employees as our family. This ethos, over the last 27 years, has allowed us to offer the personal service and high standards we pride ourselves in.
We are so honoured to be the first recipients of this Family Business award, especially considering it was our first year of entering. We look forward to a prosperous 2019 and Future Safety going from strength to strength”.
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