CleverTouch Marketing Awarded 2019 ‘Best Company to Work For’ Accreditation

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CleverTouch Marketing Awarded 2019 ‘Best Company to Work For’ Accreditation

Tue, 11/13/2018 - 05:59
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  • Alresford-based company awarded two-star accreditation by Best Companies

Alresford, UK, November 13, 2018 – CleverTouch Marketing, Europe’s most respected Marketing Technology consulting and service provider, has been awarded a two-star accreditation by Best Companies, the leading engagement agency behind the coveted Sunday Times 100 Best Places to Work list.

The accreditation is the second-highest standard available and recognises CleverTouch as an employer with an ‘outstanding’ commitment to workplace engagement. The accreditation is based on several factors, including employee feedback and engagement, salaries, company benefits and charity work, among others.

CleverTouch, which launched its campaign to be a ‘Best Place to Work’ in June, is well on its way to becoming a Sunday Times Best Company to Work For.

Adam Sharp, CEO and Co-Founder of CleverTouch commented: “We hoped to be a ‘one to watch’; so naturally we are delighted to be 2-star accredited and just a whisker away from a guaranteed spot in the Sunday Times Top 100. It’s a testament to the wider leadership team, the people we employ and the amazing client base we work with.

We are growing at a phenomenal rate, and will continue to create exciting opportunities in the future, in the jobs we create, and the environment we work in.”

The CleverTouch team find out in December whether the company has been included in the 2019 Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Until then, the team will continue to build on what is already an extraordinary and positive working environment.

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