FINALISTS have been announced for this year’s Leamington Businesses Awards.
The winners will be revealed at a ceremony at the Royal Pump Rooms on November 10, beginning with welcome drinks at 6pm.
The awards are judged by an panel including Bravissimo founder Sarah Tremellen, chief executive of the Independent Association of Prep Schools David Hanson, Leamington Business Forum founder Jonathan Smith and area director of SME banking Roger Scott.
As well as celebrating Leamington’s business achievements, the non-profit making event will also raise money for local charity, Helping Hands.
Mark Ashfield, managing director of awards organiser Harrison Beale & Owen (HB&O), said: “This year’s Leamington Business Awards ceremony offers a great opportunity for businesses to support local charity, Helping Hands, through the donation of raffle prizes, or simply by buying tickets to attend. We’d like to hear from organisations who are keen to join our existing sponsors in supporting this event.”
Visit www.leamingtonbusinessawards.co.uk for tickets and further details.
The finalists are:
Employer of the year – Aubrey Allen; Bellagio Stone
Customer service excellence – Aubrey Allen; The Drawing Board; Heart of England Cooperative Funeral Care; Royal Spa Centre
Innovation of the year – Cenu Cacao; Labyrinth Logistics Consulting Ltd; Swirls
Not for profit excellence award – Helping Hands; Motionhouse; Rethink Mental Illness; TEDxLeamington
Business and the community – Coffee Architects; Mashed Swedes Café; Quattro Recruitment Ltd; Stacey Calder
Outstanding achievement – Warwickshire Crisis Outreach Service Team; Gary Maltby; Trelawny; Stacey Calder
New business of the year – Birtellis; Risk Evolves; The Drawing Board; Swirls
Independent business of the year – Bellagio Stone; Leamington Wine Company; Squab Group; Strider Bike UK