Page Tiger held a very successful event at the college this week, which received a great response from all those that attended. The Page Tiger team passed on a message of thanks to the college ' ..Thank you so much for all your support in preparing and staging our event last Thursday. Everyone at the college was fantastic...'
Organisations headed to Richmond this week to learn how to engage employees using software created by Richmond Business Awards’ Best Small Business – PageTiger.
Staged at the RACC, the audience was one hundred of PageTiger’s customers including Burberry, Tesco, Michael Kors, Lloyds Banking Group, TNT, Net-A-Porter, the CBI and the NHS.
With Richmond commonly referred to as Silicon-Upon-Thames, Vince Cable opened the day recognizing PageTiger’s achievements in growing international markets and for demonstrating that with drive, passion, energy and stamina can set up a business in this area and turn it into a very serious international operation.
Praising PageTiger for “doing it the hard way” the former Business Secretary went on to explain the company that had grown turnover to over £1m and employs 20 staff funding the operation from sales revenues instead of taking out loans or external investment.
“We were in our infancy when we were recognised as Richmond’s Best Business for Innovation and Technology’” explains PageTiger CEO Henry Weston. “But turning a great innovation into a great business requires so much more. Having a committed and dedicated team is critical.”
“Most of our team live within the Borough but working locally they can enjoy a fast, stimulating and forward thing work environment without the need to trek into Central London.”
In addition to growing the UK customer base, 2016 has seen a substantial increase in international users with a four-fold increase northern American and Middle East markets.
“The Engagement Forum allows our customers to learn from each other,” explains
Creative Manager Karen Spinner. “It’s also an opportunity to meet the team and share ideas.”
Making the most of the RACC facilities, delegates had the chance to create their own interactive company magazine in five classrooms, network over lunch in the the main theatre transformed to the PageTiger Café and question a panel of experts including Royal Mail Product Development Assurance Manager, Erica Manning.
Using the New Generation PageTiger software each delegate transformed interactive templates to their company’s colours and fonts while a highlight for many was discussing the seven rules to successfully engage audiences.
Find out more about Page Tiger.