MK Pulse nominated for top business awardPosted 15th November 2018
Leading Milton Keynes magazine MK Pulse has been nominated in the ‘Best Customer Service’ category as part of the highly prestigious SME MK & Buckinghamshire Business Awards.
In a category decided purely by a public vote, the winning business will ensure it exceeds customers’ expectations before, during and after using their services, invest in building long term relationships and provide a service that is consistently outstanding.
Kerry Lewis-Stevenson, MK Pulse magazine’s editor, said: “We pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer service, so to be nominated in this category is absolutely fantastic. Especially as one of our customer’s entered us for the award and it wasn’t something we consciously signed up for as a business.”
A trusted companion to those living locally, MK Pulse is dedicated to Milton Keynes and its surrounding villages. Engaging and relevant content of local news, features and stories combine to create a much-loved magazine that’s as much a part of the Milton Keynes community as the roundabouts.
Employing over 80 delivery staff from across the city and into Buckinghamshire, MK Pulse is delivered free of charge every month to over 31,000 households.
Kerry said: “I’m very proud of the whole team who continually offer exceptional customer service and are the reason we have been nominated for this award.
“From the team in the office who speak directly with advertisers and contributors, to our team of delivery staff who go out relentlessly in all weathers to ensure MK Pulse reaches readers on time, each and every month. Thank you!
Next year we celebrate our tenth birthday and it would be a fabulous achievement to reach the finals, I’m keeping everything crossed.”
Anyone interested in voting for MK Pulse can do so using this link: www.buckinghamshireawards.co.uk/vote-your-best-customer-service
The finalists will be announced early December and will go through to the glittering awards ceremony at the Double Tree Hilton in Milton Keynes on 14 February 2019.