The Award, was recently presented to the Printing Industries member, during a gala dinner at the Canterbury/Hurlstone Park RSL Club - attended by hundreds of Inner West businesses and a host of local MPs, including the Western Sydney Mayors.
Director of RM Gregory, Hassan Moussa, says the collective hard work and effort of the company’s staff, the support of clients, and the capacity of management to keep faith with its strong commitment to its customers, were the major reasons for the company winning the award again.
“We won the award because we treat our clients like an important part of our business. We look at what they’re interested in, and, rather than just selling the merchandise we work together as a team to help the client reach their goals,” says Moussa
As well as being a highly successful business, the company also contributes to the local area’s numerous groups, giving back to community that supports it.
“We are also a good corporate citizen, says Moussa. “We give generously to a whole range of community charities, sporting events, schools and community events,” he says.
Providing the company with local recognition, the Inner West business award bestows a degree of confidence in the company’s products and services. Moussa says this confidence has proven invaluable to the company in terms of getting interest from prospective customers.
“The award gives us prestige and show’s a level of confidence in the service we provide, as judged by our customers.” “The award is worth a lot more than anything material that we could have won, “he says.
“When our customers have confidence in our products, they in turn tell other people. A lot of our referrals are from existing clients, and by making them happy, we are actually ensuring that we continue to get more business,” says Moussa.
This is the 22nd time the awards have been handed out. Over the years the awards have been presented to winners from various categories throughout NSW.
The Inner West awards were sponsored this year, by; Canterbury/Hurlstone Park RSL Club, Greater Union, Telstra and all six Inner West local Councils, as well as TAFE NSW and a number of reputable businesses.
RM Gregory has been a member of Printing Industries since 2001, and in that time Moussa has become a NSW councillor on the organisations NSW Regional Council. The council deals with policy issues, membership and a host of other current industry concerns, while also working closely with Printing Industries NSW staff.
Printing Industries, CEO, Philip Andersen, is pleased to recognise the achievements of the company. Anderson says the win was a great acknowledgement of the skills and commitment of both the management and staff of R M Gregory Printers in a challenging and very competitive industry.
“To be at the top of the game and to sustain such a high standard is an achievement many in the industry will envy. I hope others will try to emulate this great success,” he says.