WG wows with director-client meet and greet
WG office supplies held a client and suppliers evening on 29 March at the Pacific Oriental, London to launch its new confidential shredding service.
Around 90 people attended the event, where the company’s directors and key members of staff were on hand to introduce themselves to clients and suppliers alike.
Eddie Richards, one of WG’s directors, said: “The benefit to clients is clear; they meet all the directors of the business, so they don’t just have one contact. How many other stationery businesses can say their clients have met and have contact details for the whole board?”
The company’s new shredding service claims to collect up to 1,000 bags of documents and offers destruction certificates to give a clear and accurate audit trail.
Richards said of the new service’s reception: “The launch of the confidential shredding and destruction service was a big topic and a perfect fit with our existing business.
“WG has a reputation for first-class service, which in turn builds and instils a great deal of trust. With clients this is a massive plus point as, needless to say, they are entrusting us with their most confidential material.”
The event comes after WG announced that its second radio advert would be launched on LBC and Magic, with plans to run on more stations in future months.
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Written on 2nd April 2012
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