EAST CAMBS BUSINESS AWARDS 2014: Chic Face and Body Clinic, Ely, wins Customer Service Award

PUBLISHED: 15:08 06 October 2014 | UPDATED: 15:08 06 October 2014

Ely Business Awards 2014

Ely Business Awards 2014

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Chic Face and Body Clinic won the award for having exceptional customer service in a competitive market.

The Ely salon, owned by Sandra Schumacher, offers the most advanced technology and up-to-date treatments in the field of beauty.

The judges said: “Chic Face and Body clinic has built the business on constant review and improvement of its customer service policies, from the initial friendly welcome to the extensive staff training.

“Their positive customer feedback combined with added benefits for regular treatment has shown what customer service can do in a competitive market.”

The award is sponsored by N&C Glass.

Highly commended:

AC Tree Surgery & Garden Care, Littleport

All tree surgery aspects undertaken including surveys, advice, stump grinding, hedge cutting, gardening, site clearance and grounds maintenance. All tree surgeons are fully qualified and insured.

BrightSpark Recruitment, Soham

An independent recruitment consultancy, which focuses on recruiting for temporary, contract and permanent roles.

A2B Taxi Cabs, Ely

Provides a quality transport service for every occasion. As a start-up company, A2B set out to build a reputation with an emphasis on customer service while creating a client bank of B2B accounts. Once achieved, this created an opportunity to expand into other areas of the industry.

Wyvern DM Ltd, Witchford

A marketing services company specialising in the publishing and event industries. Its services include: Wyvern magic CRM & database management, social media management and data rental.


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