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CN Creative Awards

Staff at C.N. Creative Limited, the parent company of Intellicig, NRT Direct, and Quit Direct, have good cause to celebrate as they approach the end of another fruitful year.

2011 saw CNC form many new partnerships at all levels, particularly in the pharmacy and retail sectors, both in the UK and worldwide and the development of Smoking Harm Reduction solutions is determining future direction.

The growth of the company has been remarkable and our achievements were formally recognised when CNC was selected as a finalist for the North of England Excellence Awards. On the basis of their demonstrable success in developing new markets and trading partners, and a 2,500 word submission that all applicants had to submit, they were chosen to represent the best businesses in the High Growth Award category at the awards, which were held in The Point at Lancashire County Cricket Club, an outstanding venue, packed for an evening of celebrating the achievements of businesses at all levels.

Although the eventual winner was 3P Logistics, CNC was awarded a certificate to commemorate a year of success. Chris Lord, Director, commented, “To be shortlisted as a finalist from such an illustrious entry of highly-skilled and talented applicants is testimony to the hard work and dedication that the teams at CNC put into growing their respective branches of the company and will serve to inspire us to greater things in the coming year.” Chris co-founded CNC just over three years ago with fellow Director David Newns and has provided a level of innovative and creative talent that has enabled CNC to develop the winning high-tech solutions that they excel in, whilst David has been responsible for the precise strategic planning and direction that has resulted in success on all fronts.

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