Optima Training’s first Facebook Followers Giveaway result

A little later than originally planned, Optima Training’s first Facebook Followers Giveaway has now been completed.

Having first removed family and Optima Training colleagues from the Like List on our Facebook page, we used a random number generator to select the winner, who was…

(drum roll)

Gareth Davies of G2 Innovation

(loud applause)

Gareth Davies
The lovely Gareth Davies

Gareth has over 17 years of commercial and technical experience, gained mainly in the polymers and manufacturing sectors. He is also currently the Chair of the Manchester Polymer Group Committee, which is affiliated to the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.

When Gareth is not helping businesses to define, validate and execute their strategy for innovation he spends his time training hard for a 10K charity run in support of Scope.

That is probably why he elected not to claim his Facebook Followers Giveaway prize and instead have a donation of £15 made by Optima Training on his behalf to support the important work undertaken by Scope.

We will be having more prize giveaways in future, so make sure that you follow Optima Training on our Facebook page. Maybe you can have the chance to emulate Gareth’s fine example by showing your own altruistic side.

About G2 Innovation G2

G2 Innovation is an innovation management company helping companies to identify and grow the skills of their teams whilst reducing risk and accelerating the speed of their innovation process to deliver profit and growth. G2 focus on Industrial Design and Innovation Management. If you haven’t seen it already, you should check out their new innovation portal as well as their website providing R&D Tax Advice.

To learn more about G2 Innovation and the services that they provide visit the G2 website.

About Scope

Scope is all about changing society for the better, so that disabled people and their families can have the same opportunities as everyone else. They work with disabled people and their families at every stage of their lives offering practical support – from information services to education and everyday care.

To learn more about Scope or to make a donation of your own, visit the Scope website.