Globehuggers Emergency Supplies were the overall winners of the Climate Business Resilience Award at the Business in the Community Awards for Excellence 2012. The awards were sponsored by Sustainability West Midlands in partnership with the Environment Agency and supported by the West Midlands Climate adaption partnership.
and David Massey collected the award from John Barraclough, an
associate of Sustainability West Midlands, and Jon Baker from the
Environment Agency at the BITC 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner at
Warwickshire County Cricket Club. HRH The Prince of Wales, patron of the
organisation, recorded a special message for all of the winners.
Globehuggers Emergency Supplies won the award for their work following
the major flooding in the UK in 2007. The partners carefully researched
and brought a new product to market that helps thousands of individuals
to adapt to the potential impacts of climate change and extreme weather.
Their bespoke range of flood kits and emergency grab bags feature wind
up technology and are used by Olympic venues, government, PCT's and blue
are thrilled to have our work recognised with such a prestigious award
and would like to thank all of the organisations that made this possible
and all of our clients over the last five years for their positive
feedback and support! - Debi Massey Sales & Marketing Director.