Visual Print and Design signs the C-19 Business Pledge

Visual Print and Design signs the C-19 Business Pledge

Visual Print and Design, an award-winning print and design company in Lincoln, has signed the C-19 Business Pledge.

The C-19 Business Pledge has been launched by former Cabinet Minister, Rt Hon Justine Greening and entrepreneur David Harrison. Working in conjunction with businesses across the UK, this initiative is focused on helping mobilise corporate efforts towards tackling COVID-19.

So far over 300 organisations globally have made their C-19 Business Pledge along with 2.5 million employees and 500,000 students. The C-19 Business Pledge aims to encourage businesses and universities to be a force for good by committing to doing what they can to tackle Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in three areas: employees, customers and communities.

Managing Director, Graham Hunstone said: “It’s been a difficult period for the majority of organisations and their workforce, but we wanted to do all we can to support the business community and those most vulnerable.

“That’s why during this period, we’ve provided print services for free or at a reduced rate to charities, printed NHS guideline posters at no charge, been named as a Crown Commercial Service approved supplier for COVID-19,and invested in print solutions that allow businesses to operate safely and distribute business-critical communications.

As we move into what is going to be a hard period for many, we believe collaboration is vital and it’s great to be part of an initiative that brings together a huge collection of UK employers as one.”

A full list of signatories, supporters, and examples of what businesses are doing is available on the official C-19 Business Pledge website: www.c19businesspledge.org

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