RED’s continued success story

RED’s continued success story

RED: ENGAGING EMPLOYEES

A COMPANY THAT HELPS ORGANISATIONS TELL THEIR STORIES IS TURNING ANOTHER EXCITING CHAPTER ITSELF.

RED Publications, an internal communication agency based within the Eco Business Centre, has just won five major industry awards, just three months before the company celebrates its 10th anniversary.

The team at RED helps major organisations communicate with their employees to improve business performance, and they do that by producing printed and digital newsletters, magazines and newspapers.

Accredited with the quality standard ISO 9001, RED also supports companies with corporate branding, graphic design work and internal campaigns such as open forum sessions and employee surveys.

The company was presented with five awards by the Institute of Internal Communication at an annual celebration ceremony staged in Leicester.

RED’s Director Andy Douse said: “It’s also great to receive recognition from your peers and I’m delighted to think that we’re still producing ‘best in class’ products and fantastic customers service even after 10 years. We seem to be going from strength to strength.”

RED employs a core team of journalists, magazine designers and internal communication experts, supported by a trusted network of photographers, proofreaders and print companies.

Journalist Andy Douse created the business in 2006, working out of a back bedroom from his home in Strensall. Andy said: “I’m so proud of the team here at RED and the brilliant work we do to help companies communicate with their employees to improve business performance.

“We all know that big organisations work hard to improve the service they offer to customers, but in doing this they sometimes forget about their own employees. Here at RED we aim to improve the ‘employee experience’ because when your employees are happy at work, they perform much better and take less time off sick.

“Our publications and products help companies ‘talk’ to their employees so that they understand the strategy of the business and where they fit in. If employees know what the company is striving to achieve and the role they have to play in that success, there’s a good chance the business will hit its targets.”

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