Whole team recognised with a nomination in the Business of the Year (11-50 employees) category.
The Business Leader Awards are the most prestigious business awards in the South West, independently judged and open to small, medium and large companies. A team of 14 judges visited businesses to select finalists and winners from over 180 entries.
The Business of the year category recognises businesses who have successfully grown their company with strong leadership and entrepreneurial flair, an innovative business model with clear USPs, a focus on customer service and sustained growth with a strong business plan and future forecasts.
The nomination follows on from managing director, James Piper, winning the Business Leader Rising Star category at the 2016 awards.
“It goes without saying that we are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted in the Business of the Year category as the Business Leader Awards are so highly respected, not least because the judging process is so thorough." commented managing director James Piper, "This is yet more recognition of the innovative and tireless work done by our whole team - we’re certainly looking forward to a great night at the awards ceremony!”
The award ceremony is due to take place on the 28 September in Bristol. You can find out more about the Business Leader Awards 2017 by clicking here.
Marketing communication specialist
Ben joined the team at the beginning of 2015 to help drive the marketing communications for Ecosurety, working closely with all areas of the business to help spread the good word!
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