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    Norman Walker joins Marketing Humber as a Bondholder





    The Humber has long been recognised as a dynamic and industry-leading region and Norman Walker has now joined one of its most powerful business networks, Marketing Humber, as a Business Partner Bondholder.

    Why join Marketing Humber?

    Norman Walker is a key supplier of air compressors and pneumatics, operating since 1930. Membership will not only provide an opportunity for us to re-establish the Norman Walker name in the Humber region, but will also allow us to give back to the industry by promoting the skills and opportunities within the Humber area.

    The values of professionalism, customer service and quality, instilled in everything we do, are strongly reflected in Marketing Humber’s approach and member group.

    Additionally, Marketing Humber provides a wide range of events, activities and other opportunities for its stakeholders, including marketing resources and social media reach.

    Becoming a Bondholder will also allow us to help shape the long-term future of the region.

    What are the aims of Marketing Humber?

    A powerful business network, Marketing Humber acts as a champion of the region, promoting its skills, strengths and opportunities both nationally and internationally in order to:

    • Improve the environment for local businesses
    • Attract inward investment
    • Retain and harness local talent
    • Create a thriving local economy

    Marketing Humber is a not-for-profit organisation, which reinvests money raised back into the partnership. Collaboration is key, allowing local companies to speak with one voice and to play a part in the future growth and prosperity of the region.

    The organisation acts as a catalyst to build an ambitious economic plan that will contribute to the future sustainability of the region.

    Bondholders are recognised as successful and progressive businesses, and Marketing Humber works closely with its stakeholders to create ambitious ideas and projects that provide opportunities for investment and growth. This includes hosting promotional events and activities, knowledge-sharing, building advocacy, representing businesses to local authorities and other influential bodies, and providing marketing resources.

    Marketing Humber also runs a Young Talent Network with networking, self-improvement and industry insight events for apprentices, graduates and other future leaders.

    Moving towards Net Zero

    The region is leading on the transition to Net Zero, and Marketing Humber’s ground-breaking Waterline campaign is a key part of this.

    The campaign brings together the University of Hull and Marketing Humber Bondholders to work on initiatives that reduce carbon emissions. This is particularly important in an area that will be one of the first places in the UK to experience the impact of rising sea levels.

    PPS and Norman Walker’s commitment to the Humber region

    In joining Marketing Humber, we are committing to act as ambassadors for the region, promoting the positive aspects of the Humber locally and beyond.

    We also look forward to attending events, connecting with local young talent, and proactively collaborating with other local businesses, sharing our knowledge and experience gained over many years in our specialised industry.

    PPS Operations Director, Matt O’Connor, says: “Marketing Humber is a well-recognised organisation with aims that align with our own and we’re delighted to join as a Business Partner Bondholder. At Norman Walker, and across the PPS group, we understand the importance of establishing mutually beneficial connections with other strong, engaged and influential organisations, and look forward to working together to improve and promote opportunities in the region.”