You’ve been hard at work voting for the SPARKies 2021 People’s Choice award and with the ceremony under one week away, we’re ready to announce the three companies that will be going head to head on the day.
After a clean but hard-fought campaign, the three companies below (listed in alphabetical order) will be decided by the SPARKies audience on 14th October. If you want a final say, make sure you pick up your SPARKies tickets!
Huboo helps businesses grow by taking care of all their eCommerce order fulfilment needs from our UK & European fulfilment centres. They empower entrepreneurs, fuels growth and fulfils ambitions.
From the nomination: "Their mission is to take the friction out of growing, creating the only pan-product, pan-channel, pan-country full stack software solution for eCommerce sellers of all sizes. It’s eCommerce for all."
Bishop Fleming says, "Huboo is brilliant at helping online businesses grow, taking care of their eCommerce, and helping them to fulfil their goals and fuel their ambitions. We are delighted that Huboo has been shortlisted for The People’s Choice Award at the SPARKies. Bishop Fleming wishes them the very best of luck for the final awards night.”
Neighbourly is an award-winning giving platform that helps businesses make a positive impact in their communities by donating volunteer time, money and surplus products, all in one place.
From the nomination: "Companies including M&S, Lidl, Heineken, Aldi, B&Q, Danone, Samsung, Penguin and Innocent use Neighbourly to donate volunteer time, funds and surplus products to causes across the UK and Ireland, through CSR and marketing initiatives."
Bishop Fleming says, “We are thrilled that Neighbourly have been shortlisted for The People’s Choice Award. They do some fantastic work helping businesses deliver community investment and are committed to improving lives and habitats. It’s fantastic to see them recognised for their hard work, Bishop Fleming wish them all the best for the final award night of the SPARKies.”
Service Robotics tackles isolation and improves health outcomes for people and planet through GenieConnect, enabling the delivery of more flexible and better-quality care to combat loneliness and isolation.
From the nomination: "The goals of Service Robotics are to incorporate user-friendly technology in the delivery of social care, with particular regard to older adults and the challenges they face such as loneliness, social isolation and digital exclusion."
Bishop Fleming says, "We are delighted that Service Robotics Limited has been shortlisted for The People’s Choice Awards at this year’s SPARKies. Service Robotics support social care to provide better care services, reduce costs and help overworked care workers. After the challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic, it is great to see them recognised for their hard work. We wish them very best of luck for the awards night.”