CPR, makers of WATCHU: The GPS Smartwatch for Kids is proud to announce that we have won the Global Business Excellence Award for 2016.
The company came first among a competitive and impressive group of companies. With this success the company looks forward to an exciting year for growth and development with it's new WATCHU range of GPS smartwatches.
CPR’s founder and Chief Executive, Andrew Sandbrook, also won the award for the Social Entrepreneur category in Wales and the South-west at the Barclays Entrepreneurs Awards.
Mr Sandbrook said:
“We are very grateful to Global Business Excellence Awards for honouring us with this award. It recognises CPR’s strength in the market. I am pleased that the hard work of all our much-valued employees has been recognised and it was an honour to be praised by the judges as an innovative, forward-thinking company, providing a useful device for millions of elderly and vulnerable people. I would like to thank all our employees for their dedication and creativity in helping us achieve this wonderful accolade.”
The Global Business Excellence Awards pride themselves on having a large panel of independent expert judges who select winners according to strict criteria for each category and sector; focusing on financial results, innovation and customer, employee, investor and community benefits.