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  • 8 Jul

Retail Assist recognised in Top 10: Nottingham’s Creative Class 2016

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Retail Assist, has successfully been named one of Nottingham’s Creative Class 2016, ranking the business within the Top 10 in the region for high performance, growth and innovation.

Retail Assist is among ten businesses chosen to be part of The Creative Class, whose success embodies the growth potential of the city economy.

Retail Assist’s application demonstrated its ambitious plans for future growth, expansion and accessing new markets. Further insight into Retail Assist’s innovation, both in developing new technologies and systems, as well as new approaches to talent development, marked the business as dynamic and forward thinking.

With a global reputation in supporting leading retailers and hospitality operators, Retail Assist plan to remain on the curve of their current growth trajectory, continuing to attract and develop the best talent in the region.

Alan Morris, Founding Member and Executive Chairman of Retail Assist, commented on the company’s latest achievement: “As a member of The Creative Class, we’re proud to be ambassadors for the city and county – passionate about Nottingham, and its creative and dynamic environment. We hope that the recognition will continue to increase our profile, raise awareness of our award-winning services and solutions, and help the business to develop an even greater competitive edge.”

The Creative Class recognition comes just three months after Retail Assist’s IT Help Desk, based in Nottingham, was recognised as the best in the world by industry standards.

Launched in 2011, this is the fifth anniversary Creative Class event. The initiative began with nine creative companies, which were heralded as leading the way in terms of dynamism and diversity.

The Creative Class 2016 was unveiled last night at an event at the Nottingham Contemporary hosted by Nottingham Means Business, and sponsored by PwC. Retail Assist is now a member of Nottingham Means Business for 2016/17.

Search #CC2016 on Twitter to catch up on all the action from the event. Videos and photos will be released next week, so stay tuned.

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