Lynne Hope Communications, has won wide acclaim for its telemarketing, training and event organisation.
In 1992 and 1993,the Company won Humberside Training and Enterprise Council Business Awards, and the National Training Award.
In 1995, the company won an accolade in the regional Federation of Small Business Awards.
1996 saw Lynne Hope Communications win the Chartered Institute of Marketing certificate in merit, and 1997 saw Lynne presented with The Prince's Youth Business Trust Bronze Certificate.
In 1999 her efforts were acknowledged when she beat hundreds of companies nationwide to win a BT Telemarketing Award for work in organising the House and Home Exhibition.
Lynne was given the Chief Constable's Commendation in 1999 and in 2000 the High Sheriffs Award in recognition for great and valuable services to the community
Also in 2000 she received The Prince's Trust Mentor Award as the top mentor in the Humberside region for the scheme. She was also a Yorkshire Forward winner in 2001.
Lynne and her business have become well known for her work with the various community based exhibitions. "The events are organised to give support and guidance to people in the region"
For the past Twenty years many events have been organised by Lynne in association with the Hull Daily Mail and Grimsby and Scunthorpe Telegraph. And have attracted up to 100 exhibitors and between 2,000 and 10,000 visitors to each event. Lynne said "it is hard work, but I love it and knowing we have helped so many people to move forward with their lives gives me great joy"
In 2010 Lynne was awarded the Youth Enterprise Lifetime Achievement Award. Whilst in 2015 the Royal British Legion presented her with their 'Certificate of Appreciation'.
For over ten years Lynne has been and indeed still is the Amabassdor for QPD Military and Sports Academy and also the Ambassador for Hull 4 Heroes for the past two years. In addition Lynne is the Chairman and Regional Chairman of the European Union of Women Yorkshire Branch.