MannVend in the Community
We love the Isle of Man and since 1967 we have relied on the local community for its custom as well as for sourcing our employees.
It is important to us to give something back as well as to support other local businesses to help the Island prosper.
Our very own Christine O'Hanlon was proud to present the MannVend award for outstanding team member to Ciara Sowerby from the company Wave Crest at last nights Junior Achievement award ceremony. We've also really enjoyed supporting and mentoring the JA company The...
Supporting Barclays IOM as the official call centre for the BBC Children in Need tonight with a water cooler to keep them all refreshed.
MannVend employees dress in pink for the day to help raise funds to go towards the Manx Breast Cancer support group, a very worthwhile charity and one that is close to our hearts here at MannVend.
Mannvend supporting Manx Breast Cancer Support Group with opening of ‘Quiet Room’ they sponsor at Manx Breast Unit.
The Manx Breast Unit became operational on 1st February 2016. All the rooms in the unit were offered to Manx companies, individuals and trusts for sponsorship and Tracey Leahy and her company Mannvend kindly offered to sponsor one of the quiet Rooms. Julie Stokes of...
Every year MannVend runs a feed station which provides refreshments and snacks to those brave people embarking on the Parish Walk. This year however, we went all out! From our large inflatable archway to our resident DJ, this year was all about helping to motivate the...
On Friday the 17th of June, The MHA Live at Home scheme hosted a 0.9mile fundraising walk along the Douglas Promenade. As our very own Tracey Leahy is a patron of this great charity, MannVend were delighted to help by providing refreshments, healthy snacks and...
by MT Tracey Leahy, Managing Director of MannVend Ltd, has been appointed as the first ever patron of Isle of Man Live At Home Schemes. The charity helps older people to continue to live independently and provides a range of services, including organising social...
MannVend presents Bowel Cancer IOM a cheque for £400.
In 2013 we helped to support the Hospice by providing them with free advertising across all of our screen equipped machines to help get their message out to thousands of manx people.
Save time and money
On average, staff will take 5 minutes to make themselves a hot drink. For a company with 30 staff, this would equate to 7.5 hours downtime a day for 3 drinks per person. At £18 per hour wages, that’s £35,100 a year spent on time making drinks the traditional way...
...A drinks machine can make a delicious drink in 20 seconds.
People are demanding better quality coffee, or spending time away from the business to buy it. Bringing a bean to cup machine into your working environment changes all that – and creates a place where staff can engage with each other. Morale is always improved when fresh coffee is available in the workplace.
You can opt for our full servicing and supply package and we’ll take care of everything, ensuring your machine is kept clean, serviced for optimal performance and manage supplies. Or, for our smaller machines, we can offer training to keep your machine clean, although our engineers are always on call should you require technical support.