The next significant stage of the 2016 Trinity Mirror Cheshire Business Awards scheme, sponsored by SAS Daniels, has arrived as we reveal the first shortlists for this year’s honours.
We have been asking businesses from across the region to nominate themselves, or another business they know well, for one of the awards.
There were 11 categories to choose from and the awards were open to all businesses whatever the size of trade.
Kaye Whitby, corporate partner at SAS Daniels and head of the Chester office, said: “I’ve been a commercial lawyer in Cheshire for many years and one of the great things about these awards is that they showcase the significant investment into the growth of the region by a variety of businesses – some of whom I know and some who are new to me. SAS Daniels is looking forward to celebrating with all these businesses on the night.”
This week we highlight the shortlists in the first four categories:
Business Start Up Award: No Brainer Agency; Businesscomparison.com; TechnoSpark.
Business of the Year up to 10 employees, sponsored by ScottishPower: Lucy Quartermaine; Pink Spaghetti; Beer Dock.
Business of the Year 11-50 employees, sponsored by NatWest: Plastic Card Services; Land of Beds; d3t Ltd.
Business of the Year over 50 employees: TyresOnTheDrive; Cheshire Farm Ice Cream; Everybody Sport and Recreation.
Winners will be revealed at our celebration awards dinner on Friday, October 7, hosted by Lucy Meacock, held in the spectacular surroundings of Chester Cathedral.
To book tickets to join us to find out who wins and to network with the best businesses in Cheshire, contact the events team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01244 606472.