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Prestigious Havering Business Awards to take place tonight

PUBLISHED: 17:15 08 February 2018

Havering Business Awards 2016

Havering Business Awards 2016

Havering Council

Entrepreneurs from across the borough will gather tonight to celebrate their achievements at this year’s Havering Business Awards.

Guests are welcomed to attend the prestigious event taking place at the CEME Conference Centre in Rainham where the winners of awards including new business of the year and apprentice of the year will be announced.

Havering Council received more than 60 nominations with entries judged by a panel including its sponsors real estate investment trust Segro, accountants Haines Watts, Time 107.5FM, as well as Romford business Neopost and senior council staff.

Also sponsored by the Recorder, alongside a number of other high profile businesses and organisations, the Havering Business Awards offers businesses a chance to both celebrate their success and increase their presence in the public eye.

All award winners will receive a glass plaque celebrating their success and a PR package including – media coverage, social media, e-newsletter promotion to over 140,000 subscribers, and featured content on Havering Council’s website.

Here are the list of finalist:

Apprentice of the Year - sponsored by Ardleigh Green

Cumberland Group

Havering Council

Respondit Web Design

Best Customer Service

Pandora Images Ltd

Clemence Hoar Cummings LLP

Jelly Jade

New Business of the Year - sponsored by Segro

Pinkerbell Stoves

Radfield Home Care Havering and Brentwood

Sunny Rain Housekeepers Ltd

Business Person of the Year

Mark White – Security Projects UK Ltd

Dave Hodder – Respondit Web Design

Katie Newman – Havering Beauty Academy

Large Business of the Year

Breyer Group

Crystal Home Improvements

Tesco Distribution Centre

Small to Medium Business of the Year - sponsored by Romford Recorder

The STC Group

Pinney Talfourd LLP

Security Projects UK Ltd

Growing Business of the Year - sponsored by Haines Watts

The STC Group

Upminster Tap Room

Devin Anscomb LTD T/A Home Interiors by Anscombs

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