Logistik Group receives sustainability award

Logistik Group has won three Business in the Community (BITC) National Big Ticks.

Logistik Group receives sustainability award
Logistik Group receives sustainability award

The Leeds and London-based experiential events and communications agency was also shortlisted for a chance to be crowned the overall national winner in the Arts & Business category for its work with arts organisations and young people.

Dirk Mischendahl, joint managing director of Logistik Group, said: "We’re absolutely delighted to receive three Big Ticks and to be shortlisted for a national award. This is well-earned recognition for all the hard work we put in to make sure Logistik has a positive impact on those around us and society in general.

"We believe that in order to be a better business it is vital to behave responsibly and integrate a sustained approach to corporate responsibility into our business strategy."

Big Ticks are the first level of recognition available to entrants of BITC’s national Awards for Excellence, which recognise leadership on key social and environmental issues where business can make a difference.

Logistik Group received Big Ticks in the Arts & Business category, as well as the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Education Award and a reaccreditation of their 2011 win for Small Company of The Year.


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