Posted 6th Dec 2018

The IPG wins local business award

By KBBDaily on 6th December 2018 - 07:00am
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West Sussex-based membership group The IPG has won 2018 Business of the Year (10 or more employees) in the Arun Business Partnership Awards, organised by Arun District Council.

According to the organisation, it was praised for the “time and effort it has put towards giving back to local communities across the country”. The IPG recently partnered with the Missing People charity to use its network of more than 200 local independent businesses to help bring missing children home.

“We are delighted that the work The IPG has done for local independent companies across the country has been recognised by this award,” said The IPG marketing manager Nike Lovell.

“However, we believe we are only as strong as our members, so this award is as much for those independent merchants as it is for us and we hope they are as proud of this win as we are.”


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