Last night at the glitzy award ceremony for the Business Leader Awards 2017, hosted by television and radio presenter Jeremy Vine, Ecosurety scooped one of the top awards of the night in the Business of the Year (11-50 employees) category.
Well known as the most prestigious business awards in the South West, the Business Leader Awards are independently judged by a team of 14 who personally visit businesses to select finalists and winners from over 180 entries.
Ecosurety was recognised as having successfully grown as a company with strong leadership and entrepreneurial flair, demonstrating an innovative business model with clear USPs, a strong focus on customer service and proven sustained growth with a strong business plan and future forecasts.
“A fantastic evening at the awards ceremony was topped off in the most wonderful way when we were named as business of the year." commented operations director Paul Timmins, "We put great effort into recruiting, training and nurturing the right people, which combined with our innovative approach has enabled our company to flourish, both as a team and a business. We are immensely proud of our team and all that they have achieved.”
In 2016 managing director James Piper won the Business Leader Rising Star category.
You can find out more about the Business Leader Awards 2017 by clicking here.
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