Propel Technology’s Claire Dumbreck wins Banbury Women in Business New Business award and says “thank you” to Banbury.
Banbury-based specialist marketing and PR agency, Propel Technology, has won a Banbury Women in Business (BWIB) award in the category for businesses under three years old. The New Business award recognised the efforts of director, Claire Dumbreck, from Alkerton, who co-founded the company in 2010 with business partner, Nick Bailey to help automotive, motorsport, renewable energy and technology-driven organisations increase sales and build their reputations. The award was presented at the annual BWIB conference and awards at Rye Hill Golf Club on November 7th, 2012.
“Any business established within the recession deserves an award, and it has been encouraging to learn about others also succeeding with their visions despite the hard economic times, at this great local event,” says Dumbreck.
“Mostly, I want to say a big thank you to Banbury because our location in the centre of what is known as the UK’s ‘motorsport valley’ has played a large part in our company’s continued growth. We have overseas clients who choose to invest in Propel Technology and Banbury because they want a foothold in this part of the country where we have our network of contacts within the motorsport and automotive industries. We look forward to further sharing the benefits of that investment with the local companies that supply us as well as with new employees as we develop.”
Propel Technology offers a variety of PR and marketing communications services from its office at Bloxham Mill Business Centre, from strategy formulation to media relations. The award was won following analysis of the company’s financial performance, business plan and its ability to demonstrate sustained future growth. The company has several retained clients, mainly in the automotive supply business, and has recently diversified into the renewable energy and heating sectors.
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