When planning for the future it is important to know where the starting point is.
have recently begun a new five-year plan which will see the company grow, increase its relevance, and protect its future. As part of this process Rilmac wanted to meet with key clients, give an overview of their plans for the future and gain feedback on recent performance. As the idea grew the other Rilmac Divisions, Fabrication and Scaffolding, became involved and a ‘meet the client’ event evolved.
The event was held at the in Lincoln and over 40 representatives from 21 customer businesses were in attendance. Having been founded in Lincolnshire and with the nationwide Group HQ in Lincoln itself Rilmac have a special attachment to ‘Bomber County’. The IBCC is an ideal venue as it allowed the company to showcase key regional history while supporting a regional resource and charity.
As well as being shown a brief presentation regarding the five-year plan, and asked to complete customer surveys, attendees also experienced two guided tours of the International Bomber Command Centre. The first took in the value of the site itself and showcased the spectacular spire and memorial to those from Bomber Command who lost their lives. The second tour explored the museum and the history bombers in wartime history. Both were very poignant and thought provoking.
“I would like to thank our customers for attending today, giving up their valuable time and, in some cases, travelling some distance to be here.” said Michael Woods, Rilmac Insulation Managing Director. “The feedback they have prepared for us will be very useful in growing the Rilmac Insulation five-year plan, plus it has been a fantastic opportunity to share this fascinating, memorable and moving venue.”
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