Manchester Marathon

Supporting Local Charity

Last year, Syncro chose the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital as the company charity of the year. Over the course of the year Syncro is proud to have raised £6,500 for the charity through a range of fundraisers such as a family fun day, Christmas jumper day, guess the bear, as well as Syncro’s very own Sam Long completing the Manchester Marathon in aid of the cause. Syncro also held the Humphrey’s Charity Ball at Leigh Sports Village this month, with proceeds going to the hospital charity.

The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital cares for 276,000 children every year, the charity aims to support excellence in treatment, research and care that the hospital provides young patients. The money raised goes a long way in funding specialist equipment that helps diagnose children and provide crucial treatments – donations also help to make the environment as child friendly as possible.

Steve Long, Syncro Managing Director, commented: “It is a pleasure to support the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and the tremendous work they do. Being in hospital is an unpleasant experience for all of us, but for children in times of need it can be all the more traumatic – the work the charity does to fund expert care, treatment and research is a huge comfort to many in and around Manchester. As a business we are firm believers in helping to raise money for local charities wherever possible, the team have willingly taken it upon themselves to do an excellent job of raising money for the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.”

Find out more about the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital here.

 

Humphrey's Charity Ball

Mayor-Visit

Syncro Welcomes Mayor of Manchester

Syncro is proud to have received a visit from the Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, to its offices in Warrington. Over the past few years, Syncro has achieved excellent growth and quickly become a respected name in the fire and security sector.

The Mayor reached out to Syncro to come and meet Managing Director Steve Long and his team to learn more about Syncro and the contributions it is making towards business in the region, including being awarded ‘Business of the Year’ at the Wigan Business Awards.

Steve Long, Managing Director of Syncro, said: “It was a pleasure to welcome the mayor to our offices to share our successes and show him what we do as a business. The team should be proud of the excellent work we do that has put Syncro on the map in the region. I am extremely pleased with our work and am looking forward to continuing to enhance our offering.”

Syncro Academy

Syncro Academy Goes from Strength to Strength

The Syncro Academy has been a phenomenal success since its launch in 2018. The initiative pioneered by Syncro focuses on education, training and communications, ensuring customer facing teams are skilled to deliver exemplary customer care. Bespoke training is delivered to suit the needs of Syncro clients and the strong portfolio of products.

The first-year Syncro Academy engineers have completed their training and rotations around the business, armed with new skills to move on to more specific roles in the Syncro team. The second year of Syncro Academy engineers have started the programme and have begun training.

Syncro has a commitment to continue investment in the Syncro Academy to ensure that over the next five years Syncro develops talent as it grows.

“The Syncro Academy has far surpassed our expectations in what we thought the programme could deliver. By investing in young people, we have been able to give our engineers specialist training in the sector which makes them a very valuable asset to us. The first-year Syncro Academy engineers have developed significantly since they joined the team and I’m sure will continue to make a valuable contribution to our core business operations in their new roles. Our second-year engineers have made a very positive start and we are delighted to have them on board,” commented Steve Long, Syncro Managing Director.

 

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