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We are Purple

What the bleep does that mean?! We’ll tell you… 

At Eagle Eye, you’ll hear this phrase a lot. “We are Purple”, “Let’s make this Purple Standard”, even “We bleed Purple” . But what does it mean to be Purple? 

At our most recent Company get-together, we asked our employees to get into teams and put together a video that represents what they feel it means to be Purple. Take a look at what they came up with...

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Where We Came From

In 2003, our founder Steve Rothwell had an idea. He wanted to help people get beer. Hilarious, we know, but this actually sparked the idea that made Eagle Eye what it is today (he still loves a beer, by the way).

We are now a business run by the ex-deputy CEO of Tesco and our founder still plays a huge part in our business. We have some huge clients such as John Lewis & Partners, Asda, Greggs, Loblaws, JD Sports and Mitchells & Butlers.

We are expanding rapidly and going global, with offices now in the UK, Canada and Australia, meaning there are plenty of opportunities for progression.

We love being social and get together for beers (or soft drinks!) and snacks every Friday, as well as an annual company summer event and location-specific Christmas parties.


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Our Values

No boring buzzwords please.

We don’t want to be one of those companies with a load of generic values that are ignored and not lived. So we have adopted ours from behaviours which arose organically within our culture. Pretty cool, right?

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There's a whole learning module dedicated to you as an individual. How you feel, why that may be the case and crucially how to manage in a world that is increasingly dominated by the VUCA themes. The session reminds us that we are all people and all unique, and all dealing with things in our own way. It’s refreshing and humanistic to see the company taking this approach and it makes you feel that you are more than just an employee.

Phil Devlin

Regional Account Director