Making Sigma a Great Place to Work

Making Sigma a Great Place to Work Home » Blog What makes a successful business? At Sigma, the answer is clear – our biggest asset is our team. It’s their …

Market leading company welcomes local students

Market leading company welcomes local students Home » Blog Sigma, the market leading expert at transforming commercial spaces, recently welcomed three students from the Heart of Yorkshire Education Group on …

Providing peace of mind to clients through ethical practices

Providing peace of mind to clients through ethical practices Home » Blog In a world moving towards sustainability and eco-consciousness, businesses are recognising not only the responsibility they hold in …

Sigma helps light up Leeds Minster at Light Night 23

Sigma helps light up Leeds Minster at Light Night 23 Home » Blog Sigma is proud to have contributed electrical assistance at Leeds Minster, ensuring its stunning, pupil-designed lighting displays …

Diabetes: Empowering employees through awareness

Diabetes: Empowering employees through awareness Home » Blog Successful Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategies depend on building meaningful relationships with all stakeholders, and Sigma is seeing the direct and indirect …

Back-of-house asset management – the silent essential

Paul Ramsdale, Account Manager at Sigma, explains how ‘back-of-house’ asset management plays an essential, but often forgotten about role in ensuring the operational efficiency of retail stores, minimising disruption and underpinning a store’s ability to keep things running effortlessly.

The path forward for retail’s sustainable future

For today’s organisations corporate sustainability is no longer a choice, it is a must. Faced with the detrimental impact of climate change, pollution, the destruction of natural resources and a customer base increasingly conscious of their environmental impact, modern brands are seeking to drive sustainable practices in all their operations.