South Yorkshire based Bluetree Group is appealing for public votes as it is representing the United Kingdom in the European Business Awards.
After being named the UK winner of businesses with a turnover of £26 to £100 million, Bluetree Group is now competing in a public vote to be named ‘European Public Champion’ in the awards final stages set to take place in Warsaw, Poland.
The print manufacturer has created a video that demonstrates its company’s operations in hopes to engage with people from across the globe. Last year the public vote generated almost 250,000 votes.
To vote for Bluetree as the public champion at the final of the European Business Awards 2018 visit www.businessawardseurope.com/vote/detail-new/28/26751
James Kinsella, director of e-commerce at Bluetree Group, said: 'The entire team at Bluetree is delighted to represent the UK in the final stages of the European Business Awards in Warsaw. Making it this far is testament to the hard work that everyone at Bluetree has put in over the last year. We now need the UK to get behind one of their own and vote for us to become the European winners.'
Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards. said: 'This is an amazing achievement and Bluetree is clearly a stand out leader in its field. To be a national winner means you represent our core values of success, ethics and innovation and are one of the best in Europe. We wish Bluetree the best of luck in the final round.'
The European Business Awards is now in its eleventh year and its primary purpose is to support the development of a stronger and more successful business community throughout Europe.
Bluetree Group, established in 1989 in Templeborough, originally supplied printed point of sale and marketing materials to major high street retailers and banks. The company has since established four main channels with the aim of targeting a wide range of print buying audiences. In 2012, Route 1 Print was founded to address the needs of print resellers. Bluetree Group has been able to grow 38% over the last two years.
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