On October 31 Thermatic came home with two trophies at The Salford Business Awards held at The Lowry Hotel.
The company were nominated in two categories; Inspiring Young People Award and Business Of The Year Award.
Thermatic demonstrated its dedication to ensuring it gives back to the community of Salford with a large focus of its corporate social responsibility in inspiring young people, and engaging with them to aid in their education, career and personal development.
Thermatic is focused in bridging the skills gap not just in the engineering sector, but in STEM as a whole, supporting the next generation of industry leaders.
The company has always had a clear vision of becoming a company that could demonstrate its commitment to creating a business with a unique company culture, the ability to grow and develop in training and education, creating apprenticeship, graduate and trainee programs and being a living wage employer.
Steven Holland, commercial director at Thermatic, said: “To be recognised for the contribution is really only the icing on the cake, but is a testament to the culture of the business and the outstanding individuals within it. We are excited about our initiatives for 2020 and hope to add even more value to the community and industry.
Lee Morgan, managing director at Thermatic: “Utterly delighted to be recognised for all the hard work Thermatic have done within the local community of Salford to inspire young people to peruse a career within our sector. And absolutely honoured to win the Large Business of the year award which is recognition to all our teams’ dedication and passion.”
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