bon Network Ltd have now moved from Kingfisher Business Centre , Rawtenstall, to another one of B&E Boys newly renovated premises at The Corn Exchange right next to the Kingfisher building. Hardly a big
move in mileage terms however shows a great growth for Blue Ribbon Network.
Whilst at Kingfisher Business Centre, Blue Ribbon grew from strength to strength from a small 2 person office whilst keeping a close eye on B&E Boys renovating buildings at the Corn Exchange, transforming what was a derelict property into a professional business suite. Successfully operating a small organisation by means of facilitating coach and minibus ground transportation, Blue Ribbon have decided to add another string to their ‘ribbon’ and turn their hands to coach holiday’s by formulating a plan
for the 2013 holiday season. Up until now, the business has run a purely internet based platform, however by moving into their new premises, this will open up as a walk in travel centre downstairs whereby people will be able to book day trips and coach holidays in the UK and Europe.
Charlotte Hanson, Blue Ribbon Network’s managing director ‘This is a truly invigorating time for Blue Ribbon as we have built a strong organic business and plan to add new ideas into the mix in order to energise and strengthen our position in the marketplace. As part of my business plan, we have opened the door to two new apprentices that have started with the team working under a Training 2000 initiative’. Jake Berry the Rossendale & Darwen MP visited Blue Ribbon Network to meet with Charlotte, Matthew Hanson (Operations Director) and their team and commented on how encouraging it was to see a relatively new business thriving in today’s economic climate, and giving young people