Tulip shortlisted in IGD awards

Food producer Tulip is “delighted” to be shortlisted for the consumer and retail analysis IGD awards.

Tulip has been entered into the Learning and Development category of the awards, which is judged on a creative and innovative approach to improving performance.

Commenting on the nomination, Kirsty Wilkins, Tulip’s group HR director, said: “We firmly believe that continued investment in our people will ensure our business remains at the very forefront of food manufacturing and we are looking forward to welcoming the IGD’s judging panel when they visit us to see first-hand our industry-leading Learning & Development programme.”

Tulip has over 7,500 employees in the UK across 17 sites and recently launched a new campaign, which aims to work closer with suppliers and share expertise.

Joanne Denney-Finch, IGD chief executive, said: “This year’s Awards received the highest number of entries we’ve ever had. So making it through to the finalist stage is a great achievement, demonstrating real leadership, innovation and excellence.

“The Awards are a great opportunity to showcase the very best the food and consumer goods industry has to offer and the positive impact companies and individuals are delivering for consumers and employees. The finalists and winners are judged by leading experts across the food and consumer goods supply chain.”

The awards ceremony will be presented in October by television personality Gabby Logan in London.

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