We are delighted to announce that we were named finalists in The Trust Awards UK in two categories.
Trust is extremely important and WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES would like to thank everyone who voted for us.
The UK Trust Awards is a celebration of the most trusted, respected, and loved businesses in the UK and their customers showed they trust them by voting for them. Being named a finalist shows these are the companies you the public know you can trust.
Sally Anderson-Wai owner of WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES was shortlisted as a finalist in the Most Trusted UK Business Leader Award from a total of 20 people nominated for this award.
WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES was a finalist in the Most Trusted Media Company Award and was shortlisted from 8 nominees.
‘I am absolutely thrilled that although we didn’t win we were named a finalist in two categories of these prestigious national awards,’ said Sally. ‘Trust is supremely important to us (as I know it is to you) and it is good to know that our clients and the people who know me and WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES are confident that they can trust us and have demonstrated this by voting for us.’
The organisers said: ‘The individuals in Most Trusted UK Business Leader Award category will be the people leading by example and putting trust at the very centre of what they and their organisation do…(They) will be living and breathing the trust movement. Injecting the principals of trust into their organisations – when these individuals make a pledge to do something, you know they will follow through and most probably over deliver on their promise.’
About the Most Trusted Media Company Award, the organisers said: ‘When an industry deals with technologies people don’t 100% understand they need to know they are getting value for money and when this media is dealing with facts and news, the public need to be sure they are hearing the truth. The winner in this category will have built a trusted reputation and when they deliver an opinion their customers and employees take it as gospel.’