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CEO gives Vidya Foundation 150,000INR cheque
Leading global customer experience outsourcer, Webhelp, celebrated the dedication and commitment of its colleagues in India at the company’s annual Star Awards on Saturday (Nov 12) held in the sumptuous surroundings of the LPT Lawns at the Tivoli Gardens in New Delhi.
Representatives from senior management in the UK joined colleagues in India to celebrate and reward the excellent performance of the team in Gurgaon over the past 12 months.
A total of 10 awards in nine categories were presented by director of group central services, Andy Webster, at a special Colours of India themed evening, which included a drinks reception, dinner and dance performances from the Aasma Dance Troupe.
“Tonight is about thanking the team for a job well done this year, and everyone in this room is a winner in our eyes,” said Andy. “It has been an amazing year for Webhelp. We’ve gained major new clients, such as Shop Direct and Unilever, announced significant European acquisitions, including the recent purchase of top Nordic customer excellence firm, GoExcellent, now known as Webhelp Nordic, and brought on board a fantastic new major shareholder, the global investment group, KKR.
“We have also won a number of awards, including the customer experience provider of the year at the recent global sourcing association awards.
“None of these amazing achievements would have been possible without the dedication, hard work and commitment our colleagues deliver day in and day out. I am tremendously proud of the team in India and am extremely glad that we can celebrate the best of the best in Webhelp this year at this special night, our second annual Star Awards in India.”
The awards were as follows:
Each of the winners received a certificate, a plaque and a cheque for 21,000INR.
Also, in special recognition of the work the engagement ambassadors have done for the their chosen charity, the Vidya Foundation, Webhelp’s CEO, David Turner, arranged for a cheque for 150,000INR to be given to the charity on behalf of the company.
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