A few weeks back we mentioned that October is the month of Fairtrade; an entire four weeks dedicated to raising awareness of such a fantastic organisation. The first instance of Fairtrade was found in 1946, and it has been ensuring that workers in poorer countries get a better deal for the hard work that they put in ever since. It’s a common myth that Fairtrade is purely based around coffee farmers, but the reality is that it extends to a much broader product range. For the second Fairtrade blog this month, learn about them all below…
We were promised that Facilities Management 2017, which took place at the NEC in March, would be ‘much more than just a trade show’ – and we weren’t disappointed.
Our experts were rushed off their feet, demonstrating a wide selection of state-of-the-art drinks dispensers and water coolers to a steady stream of interested and knowledgeable potential – and existing – customers.
We still think of micro-markets as ‘new’, so when we searched ‘micro-markets’ on our website news page we were surprised to be taken right back to January 2014.
It’s true: we’ve been banging the drum about this refreshingly simple way of keeping busy people fed and watered for over three years!
Meet Caroline Richards, the latest addition to Coinadrink’s burgeoning Long Service Club. (You can find out more about our Long Service Club HERE). She’s our ‘Quality and Training Coordinator’ and thanks to her experience, her commitment and her ‘natural’ ability to share skills with new starters, she’s made the job her own.