This month, GottaBe! celebrated its tenth birthday of being in business and we celebrated it by inviting all our friends, family and employees (current and previous) to a small gathering with food and drink.
Alongside this, we received numerous videos online particularly on our Facebook page from our Clients, Suppliers, Partners and past colleagues. We were extremely surprised and honoured to receive these videos from people all over the world.
To begin with, we had a lovely video from our good friend, Ken Fryer, congratulating us and asking us to let us know if we ever move to Melbourne, Australia to let him know!
Next stop, we received a warm message from James West in Dubai who acknowledged us on such an incredible achievement!
We were also delighted to get messages from ex-employees who thanked us for their experiences when working for the company. This means a lot to us, because as well as achieving business, we value our employees because they are a huge part of getting the company to where it is today. These include videos from James Payne, who wished us ‘all the success’…
… Hollie and Laila who thanked us for ‘the experience of working with you’.
…. Dave Vella;
… Jamie McRae!
Receiving videos from our suppliers and other business associates was also a great surprise, as it highlights the strong and close relationships we have with them. We think this is important because, the better the connection, the better the outcome is. This includes videos from Chris from Spice Films;
… and one from Ewa Erdmann – one of our business Partners from Polish Business Hub;
Justyna and Anna from FoodStop who said ‘from a little office in Southampton to business across UK and Ireland in 10 years is a huge acheivement’.
Ram Kelly Kalyan, the project and station manager at Unity 101, described us as ‘efficient, organised and result driven’.
Lastly, and most importantly, we were thrilled the receive videos from our Polish celebrity acquaintances Daniel Dyk from RMF FM and the biggest Polish rockband Perfect- Polands equivalent of The Rolling Stones. Dan even made a funny joke with us, where he pretended that he thought GottaBe! was one year old! We have had a strong relationship with these people for years and thoroughly enjoy working with them and hope it continues in the future.