Best Customer Service Award!

October 11, 2018

Explore Learning has been named the winner of the Best Customer Service Awards at The Surrey Business Awards!

Explore Learning with Best Customer Service Award

Hosted by Paul Sinha, comedian and star of ITV’s hit show The Chase, the 2018 Awards were a truly countywide celebration of business excellence. Hundreds of applicants entered or were nominated, and the 46 finalists were drawn from 18 towns across Surrey.

The judging panel, chaired by Louise Punter, CEO of Surrey Chambers of Commerce, included representatives from Heathrow Airport, NatWest, Kingston Smith, Sandown Mercedes-Benz, Morrisons, Partridge Muir & Warren, Surrey Chambers Magazine, projectfive, Surrey Business School, Surrey Chambers of Commerce, CountyClean Group, Challengers and Gemini Print.

Laura Gordon, Head of Marketing, who accepted the award on Explore Learning’s behalf said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be recognised for our excellent customer service.  This is integral to the success of our business and it’s all down to the hard work of our tutors, centre managers and head office staff who strive to be as supportive as possible to parents, teachers and children alike.  It was a very competitive category and we are so pleased to be winners.”

High five!

Explore Learning celebrate winning Best Customer Service Award

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