We did it. Investors in People has awarded Hitch Marketing, We invest in people, standard accreditation.
It means principles and practices around supporting people are in place and everyone understands how to use them to make work better!
Hitch delivers a wide range of research, engagement, design and communications services to enable ambitious brands and organisations to create positive change. Our PERCK values - Pioneer, Enable, Relate, Create, Know - allow us to try to live out our slogan ‘Behaviour Changed’ from the inside out to deliver our award-winning portfolio of projects and campaigns.
Paul Devoy, CEO of Investors in People, said: “We’d like to congratulate Hitch Marketing. Being accredited with We invest in people is a remarkable effort for any organisation, and places Hitch Marketing in fine company with a host of organisations that understand the value of people.”
Commenting on the award, Gary Wootten, Managing Director, said: “This award is an important marker on our journey to live out our corporate values, and work within a framework designed to maximise our individual and collective efforts moving forward.”
Investors in People believe that the success of an organisation begins and ends with people…making society stronger, healthier and happier.
Hitch Marketing appointed to work with young people to develop ambitious serious violence reduction campaign
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) have selected Hitch Marketing to deliver a campaign focussed on promoting positive messaging, peace and cohesion amongst the city-region’s young people.
Starting in July 2020 and running over a period of 14 months, the campaign will be aimed at 10-17 year olds across the ten boroughs.
Hitch will work directly with Greater Manchester Youth Combined Authority (GMYCA), young people living in Greater Manchester, parents, and communities, to harness and amplify their insight and leadership to make a positive social impact.
The campaign is part of a multi-million-pound investment to tackle serious violence across the city-region, led by Greater Manchester’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU), which brings together health, police and criminal justice, education, youth justice, and the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector.
Members of the GMYCA have been involved in the appointment process, to ensure the campaign is truly co-created with young people and makes a difference to their lives.
Amaan Iqbal from the GMYCA said: “Young people can turn to violence for many reasons – there isn’t one problem and one solution, and they need support to stop them taking that path. I am really looking forward to working with Hitch to help shape the campaign and ensure it’s something that makes a difference to young people.”
Hitch Marketing Managing Director, Gary Wootten said: “The Hitch team are pleased to be working on this campaign and new challenge, which has the potential to enable so many communities, families and young people across the Greater Manchester region to create a positive social impact.”