JWPS Launch Night a Great Success

9th August 2017

The JWPS official company launch at Kenwood Hall on Thursday 13th July was a roaring success.

Representatives from a wide range of Sheffield companies congregated for the black tie event in aid of Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice. The night began with a reception and a chance to view some of the fantastic auction lots, such as a 50 years of James Bond commemorative frame, signed by none other than Sir Roger Moore, sports frames from the likes of Anthony Joshua, Christian Ronaldo and Harry Kane and even a Game of Thrones contribution. The 100+ guests then made the way to the beautifully decorated ballroom and took their seats for dinner and speeches from JWPS and Bluebell Wood. A fantastic 4 course meal was enjoyed by all, followed by the bursting of all the JWPS balloons to reveal a raffle ticket inside each. One of the most popular prizes was an hour in the fantastic yellow Lamborghini, that took centre stage outside the front doors. Following the raffle, the auction took place, with many a satisfied customer raising a great contribution to Bluebell Wood. The night ended with dancing to music provided by Kenwood Hall's resident DJ. JWPS would like to thank all those who helped organise the event as well as those who came along and helped to raise so much for Blue Wood Children's Hospice. About JWPS We all want more choice and freedom in our lives. We all want more time to spend on the things that we love doing, whilst being successful in our professional lives. JWPS works with business owners to devise and develop their sales and growth strategies and then 'parachute' in the relevant specialist skillset to deliver results fast! JWPS offers a diverse suite of services to a selection of professional business; all intended to increase business profit, but not headcount. JWPS has demonstrated and continues to demonstrate, that to increase your business profits, you do not need to recruit costly and, in most cases, high maintenance sales professionals. Not only can JWPS offer training and development for your existing team, but our team can become a part of your business, without the headache of large (and often), unjustified salary packages. If you want to increase your profitability without the hassle and huge financial burden that comes with recruiting more staff, you need to speak with us. Just a quick glimpse of the benefits: Far more cost effective than a full-time employee, with more productivity and less cost No statuary obligations like sick pay holiday pay or pension contributions No laptop to supply No vehicle to lease or buy No mobile phone to fund Simple and uncomplicated If you want to expand your business portfolio, increase profits and reduce cost, contact JWPS now. In addition to the above, we also provide physical support to you, should you be exhibiting at events throughout the UK. We have supported businesses with stands at: ECO Build London ExCel PHEX Ricoh Arena Coventry Elex Event City Manchester Sheffex Royal Victoria Sheffield Our services are bespoke to each business, because one size doesn't necessarily fit all. If you feel your sales and marketing needs a boost, you feel you just can't open the right doors to the market you want, or the current sales team just isn't performing we can help, call JWPS on +44(0) 845 644 0637 or email us at: info@jwps.co.uk http://www.jwps.co.uk/

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