ATDI is marking its 25th anniversary by celebrating with customers and community.
The company’s UK headquarters, The Beehive – the grade II-listed original control tower for Gatwick Airport – will be the venue for a number of social functions but the focus of the year’s activities will be on giving back to the community.
“It builds on our Christmas campaign through which we bought sleeping bags for the homeless,” says managing director Sarah Byrne. “One of the things we will be doing as a company this year is a bridges walk in London to raise money and awareness for Diabetes UK. Other initiatives will be announced as the year progresses and will involve the whole ATDI family.”
Sarah adds: “It goes without saying that being in business for a quarter of a century makes us very proud. What is particularly pleasing to me is seeing both the company as a whole and engineers as individuals growing all the time in expertise and knowledge. It means we’re in a great position for the next 25 years and all the adventures that will entail.”