Warner Surveys Shorlitsted for the Thames Valley Business & Community Awards 2019
Fresh from our recent shortlisting for the CN Specialists Awards we are delighted to have also been shortlisted for the Thames Valley Business & Community Awards 2019! Hundreds of nominations have been whittled down to a shortlist for the Thames Valley Business & Community Awards 2019.
The awards scheme, organised by Great British Expos, recognises the region’s most ambitious, inspirational and exciting businesses, charities and individuals. A record number of entries meant it was the toughest year to create its shortlist, however the shortlisted nominees have been released and can be seen via the following link: http://www.thamesvalleyawards.co.uk/shortlisted-nominees/
Among the current shortlisted nominations are entrepreneurs who had innovated unique solutions to the problems they faced, put their heart and soul into making their industry better, overcome personal and professional hardship to triumph in business, and more. This year, the standard of entrants is already very high that we are might exceed last year’s shortlisted record of 163 for the awards across the award categories. While we cannot give all nominees an award, each winner is truly deserving of recognition for their achievements.
The Thames Valley Business and Community Awards judging process will see a range of esteemed entrepreneurs come together to scrutinise and select our finalists from the short-listed nominees and choose the winners among them. Jackie Chappell (Renowned Thames Valley Entrepreneur & 1st Woman CEO of British Rail) is again part of the judging panel and said:
“Judging this year’s awards will be tough. Every entry is of a very high standard and each one is unique which makes the decision harder. I’m very proud of the quality of businesses that we have in this region and these awards give them the true recognition that they deserve.”
Alec Jones-Hall, Director of Thames Valley Business and Community Award’s said:
“We are proud and excited to be celebrating outstanding achievement across the region and rewarding those who are making a huge impact throughout the Thames Valley.”
The winners from the 14 categories will be announced at the award ceremony in The Hilton, Reading, on Thursday January 30 with one being hailed The Business of the Year. The stars of the ceremony will undoubtedly be the Awards winners.