Woven’s very own Sue Baker, team leader in our B2B telemarketing department, won the award for Hero of the Year. Sue was nominated for this award to recognise her commitment to making a difference, as well as going above and beyond her role. When Sue found out she had been shortlisted she said:
“I am immensely proud that I have been shortlisted for this award, if there is anything I can do to help give something back either to the local charity community or within my workplace I am always happy to help, I feel that being shortlisted is my reward for my involvement for bringing everyone together”
The South West Contact Centre Awards took place at Aerospace Bristol last night, 27th June 2019. The SWCCF allows contact centres across the South West region to showcase the amazing work of their people. Woven was thrilled to attend the glamorous black-tie event with 5 finalists in the running for an award.
Kuba Arnold – Newcomer of the Year
Sue Baker- Hero of the Year
Jade Walsh – Customer Service Representative of the Year
Ryan Cooper – Customer Service Representative of the Year
Woven – People Engagement of the Year
The team here at Woven are very proud that Sue has been recognised for all her hard work and commitment and came away from the awards a well-deserved winner. Congratulations to all of our finalists, we hope you had a great evening celebrating your success!
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