Last Friday The Furniture Union hosted an event to present Natalie Miller the Co-Captain of Nets (indoor netball team) with her sponsorship cheque. This August Natalie will compete in the Nets World Cup.
The team at the Furniture Union could have easily just laid on some drinks and stopped there. However they wanted to replicate Natalie’s values and turn it into a World Cup event.
The values they followed:-
The Furniture Union were determined to launch their new website on the same night and their new brochure. Anyone involved in website/brochure design will know the pitfalls and hurdles you have to overcome. One of the team was still finalising the right images in the earlier hours of the day before. The dedication to get it all right, paid off as the brochure and website present the products and services beautifully and take the business to a new level. https://thefurnitureunion.com
Each member of the team had a different role on the night. Some organised the look of the Showroom (which was stunning) others created display boards. Everyone was involved and felt connected to the goal.
In order to sell a product or service you have to believe in it and be proud of it. The team now connect with pride and passion due to their hard work of putting together a consistent message and approach of what they are selling.
Natalie’s words embody what all the team aspired to be on that night.
“Be the best person you can be at anytime”
Ben who initiated the sponsorship, spoke about what it means to the team and how the values will be shared between The Furniture Union and Natalie.
After an event there is often a low after working so hard to pull off something so fabulous. The team now need to be resilient and remember it is not always a World Cup you need to be constantly in training for the next big event. This can be relentless and you need to be resilient to keep something in reserve and recall all the skills you used on that amazing night.
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