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Poole: Integrated security solutions manufacturer TDSi has celebrated another year of success by holding a Summer Party for its UK-based team. The event, which took place at the stunning coastal setting of Branksome Dene Chine near Bournemouth, was a chance for the team to get together and celebrate the company’s impressive achievements over the last 12 months. These included a 15% rise in turnover during the first quarter of 2013 (over the previous year) and a notable eight new members of staff in the UK.

John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi: “The TDSi Summer Party was a great way to say thank you to the team for their continued hard work in pushing the company to the top of our industry. It was also a perfect opportunity for us all to get together and take time to reflect on our excellent achievements this year. I am very proud of our company and the valued contribution that each and every staff member has made to its continued success. We continue to set bigger and bigger challenges for ourselves and the team has not only met them but surpassed them, consistently, with a comfortable margin!”

The day’s event was split into two parts; firstly a teambuilding session where groups were given clues and a set of tasks to complete, followed by an evening where guests were treated to a tropical-themed party with BBQ and beach inspired food and games. Over 40 people attended the event including TDSi employees and their families.

Reflecting on the continued success John Davies added, “This has already been a ground-breaking year for TDSi but we still have many new products and services to launch even before 2014. The Summer Party really did highlight what a well-oiled machine the TDSi team is and it was a pleasure to bring everyone together for such a thoroughly enjoyable day.”