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Mission and values
Yeomans’ mission is to provide comprehensive marketing, creative and fundraising services to the UK charity and not-for-profit sectors.
We as an organisation are not interested in simply delivering a service for our clients. We believe in creating a long-term relationship with them so that delivery of their message becomes a seamless, thought provoking experience that engenders action.
We understand that charities have special requirements in communicating their messages to inspire and motivate support.
We are committed to excellence in our work and aim to exceed customer expectations by adding value in the most cost-effective manner, whilst maintaining desirable returns to stakeholders in an ethical and sustainable way.
Yeomans is an organisation founded and managed on Christian values and vision. We see our business as a mission, reflected not only in the organisations we work with but also in the relationships we have with our suppliers, staff and the communities in which we operate.
We place the needs of our customers first as we believe that if we’ve served them well, our business objectives and continuity will be fulfilled. We remain committed to delivering business and service excellence at all times.
The principle values that underpin all we do are:
Integrity: We will always remain honest and trustworthy in all our business relationships. We commit to ‘doing the right thing’.
Dependability: We will provide a reliable and responsible service ‘If we say we’ll do it, we’ll do it’.
Supportive: We care about the success of our customers, employees and suppliers.
Pro-active: We have the know-how to solve problems and to find the best, most cost-effective solutions.
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Performed or rendered in a loyal, valiant, useful, or workmanlike manner, especially in situations that involve a great deal of effort or labor: He did a yeoman job on the problem.
Not following any one system, as of philosophy, medicine, etc., but selecting and using what are considered the best elements of all systems.