We are so pleased to announce that our latest Company of the Month is Intuitive Business Intelligence!

During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, Intuitive got stuck in raising funds and awareness for children with cancer. They got involved in our 150 Mile Challenge, even putting their own twist on it by splitting into teams and going head-to-head for most miles completed during the month.

Sophie Sugarman, Channel Sales and Marketing Executive at Intuitive said, ‘Intuitive is proud to announce that this September, we took part in the Candlelighters Trust 150 miles challenge in aid of childhood cancer. Four teams went head-to-head to complete the challenge – with team four coming out on top! Intuitive is proud to support such a fantastic charity that gives so much back to help families and children that are affected by childhood cancer.’

But this isn’t the only campaign the Intuitive team have been involved with this year – they also embraced Pink It Up during June, fundraising with their perfectly pink bake sale! It’s so fantastic to see a business so engaged and getting involved in our campaigns to raise funds and awareness for children and young people with cancer. To date, they’ve raised over £600 and continue to be engaged with our upcoming events and campaigns!

Our Partnerships Executive, Iain, said, ‘September is an important month at Candlelighters as it’s Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM). CCAM is an opportunity to recognise the bravery of the children and families we support and raise awareness of childhood cancer and its impact on families. So, it was great to see the Intuitive team really embrace the 150-mile challenge and help us create awareness around childhood cancer. A huge well done to everyone at Intuitive!’

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