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InSynch Recognised as UK Business Heroes

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InSynch has been recognised as a Business Hero by the South Wales Chamber of Commerce as part of the British Chambers of Commerce UK Business Heroes Campaign. The British Chambers of Commerce campaign recognises the incredible work that UK businesses are doing, in the most challenging of years.

InSynch CEO, Eddy Webb – Aberystwyth

Commenting on InSynch’s Business Hero status, the South Wales Chamber of Commerce stated:

“InSynch are experts in digital marketing, websites, business consultancy, training and graphic design. Despite a third of their digital marketing retainers being wiped out within two weeks due to Covid-19, they did not furlough any staff and instead pivoted what they could offer to support other businesses in the shift to digital working. Over 900 remote meetings were held from April to September, over 200 one to one sessions delivered to businesses, 62 online training courses delivered from April to September and over 1100 businesses supported through April to
September.”

This prestigious award was only given to 8 businesses by the South Wales Chamber and the company’s CEO, Eddy Webb, is thrilled with the recognition.

“I am so pleased that the hard work of the team at InSynch has been recognised in this way. They should feel proud of the role that they played. These are challenging times and I like to think we have played a small part in helping many businesses battle through” he said.

The initiative is also supported by HRH The Countess of Wessex who, in a letter to the recognised Business Heroes wrote

“It has been a particular pleasure to heart stories of how you have supported your local communities throughout the outbreak and to see you nominated as UK Business Heroes by your local Chamber of Commerce.”

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