A north-Northumberland skin-care company has been honoured with an prestigous honour, as part of a national campaign to recognise and reward the success and achivements of British businesses.
Skin Salveation, based in Felton, has landed a Scoot Headline Award and will presented with a trophy and certificate at a glittering presentation ceremony in Millbank Tower, London on April 28.
The firm went up against hundreds of other nominations and, as a result of its triumph, has been invited to have its winning paper published in The National Business Leaders Yearbook, the leading work ofreference on successful business techniques and best practice, so that others can follow their lead and learn from their achievement.
John Davidson, director of Skin Salveation: “We are delighted to have won this award as recognition of our efforts to continue to grow in difficult trading conditions
and in such a demanding and competitive sector
A lot of credit must be given to our team who relaunched our website www.skinsalveation.com .
It was a brave move to make an entire change in website structure that could have had a huge negative impact on a business that was wholly reliant on internet sales.”
Last year, Skin Salveation joined forces with London’s renowned John Bell & Croyden - which holds a Royal Warrant as Pharmacists to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - to unveil a series of wares to help people suffering from dry skin conditions.
John added: “This opened an exciting new sales channel.
“We hope to forge further alliances with major retail outlets for our recently relaunched “Dermasalve skin creams which whom we partner with Meadow Labs of Romford, Essex’’
“Year on year sales have almost doubled and continue to grow.”
Scoot, the leading online business directory, is keen to help local, regional and national businesses to maximise their commercial potential by bringing them and their achievements to the attention of a massive new audience.
It is a prestigious business awards campaign to recognise and reward the successes and achievements of British businesses, large and small.