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2013 proved to be a year of outstanding achievements for Grant Counsell, Corporate Sales Director at Incom Business Systems, culminating in him being crowned Employee of the Year at the company’s Christmas party at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
This is the first year the company has introduced this award, with the aim to make it an annual presentation to recognise exceptional performance by a member of the team. Presented by Managing Directors David Hughes and Jason Kilvert, Grant was commended for his contribution to the growth of the company by bringing in new business and developing existing accounts throughout the year. Grant’s fantastic efforts saw him reach close to £1 million worth of business during 2013.
The year also saw Grant go the extra mile – or more accurately 75 miles – outside of work, as he set about raising money for Cancer Research UK. Proving his dedication to smashing targets, Grant raised over £5,000 by completing eight gruelling Nova Great Runs across the country, as a tribute to the close members of his family who have been affected by cancer.
Speaking about his award Grant said, “I was both surprised and delighted to be recognised with Incom’s first ever Employee of the Year Award. It’s always great to receive awards and this one has capped off a fantastic year for me personally. However, the credit for this is not all with me; without the backing and support of everyone at Incom I couldn’t have achieved what I have this year, so a massive thank you is deserved for the entire Incom team!”
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