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Celebrating the natural environment for Business


14 June 2018

GTAcess celebrate winning a place in the 2019 North Worcestershire Calendar

Twelve businesses, including us (GTAccess), won the North Worcestershire Economic Development and Regeneration (NWedR) and NWBL (North Worcestershire Business Leaders) ‘Celebrating the Natural Environment for Business’ competition.

To win the competition, businesses across North Worcestershire were asked to put into 50 words why they think the area is the natural environment for their business. Our answer, along with 11 other answers, will be showcased in the “Celebrating the Natural Environment for Business” 2019 calendar along with a 12-month package of PR support.

Our winning entry:

For Businesses to be successful they require good customers, talented employees, and fantastic transport links. North Worcestershire with its bustling rural villages, thriving industrial towns, brilliant academic institutions and beautiful countryside provides all of those things in abundance, which allows businesses to focus on what they do best.

To celebrate our win, we were invited to a complimentary lunch courtesy of Hogarths Stone Manor and took part in a special North Worcestershire Business Leaders networking event to mark the occasion.

Our photograph will be showcased with our 50-word competition submission in the new calendar which will be out at towards the end of the year. During the next 12 months, we will also be featured on the NWedR and NWBL websites, the NWedR newsletter and have an opportunity to present our business at a NWBL gathering and at the annual flagship NWedR conference to be held in November.


For the photoshoot we decided to stay on theme and do our take on a typical May Day favourite. One of our new Genie Z45/25+ booms stood in as the Maypole with members of the GTAccess team trying their best to carry out the manourveres in the correct order. The photoshoot was directed by professional photographer Terry Livesey, who is also one of the North Worcestershire Ambassadors.