Finalists announced for Havering Business Awards
The time has come to celebrate and be inspired as the finalists for the Havering Business Awards 2017 are announced.
The Council received over 60 awards with entries judged by a panel that included sponsors – Ardleigh Green, Segro, Haines Watts and Time FM, local businesses including Neopost and senior Council staff.
Finalists for Havering Business Awards 2017
Apprentice of the Year - sponsored by Ardleigh Green
Respondit Web Design
Best Customer Service
Pandora Images Ltd
Clemence Hoar Cummings LLP
New Business of the Year - sponsored by Segro
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
Crystal Home Improvements
Small to Medium Business of the Year - sponsored by Romford Recorder
Pinney Talfourd LLP
Security Projects UK Ltd
Growing Business of the Year - sponsored by Haines Watts
Upminster Tap Room
Devin Anscomb LTD T/A Home Interiors by Anscombs
Steve Moore, Director of Neighbourhoods at Havering Council was part of the judging panel and said: “Judging this year’s awards was tough. Every entry was of a very high standard and each one was unique which made the decision harder. I’m very proud of the quality of businesses that we have in this borough and these awards give them the true recognition that they deserve.”
The awards will take place at the borough’s biggest business hub - CEME Conference Centre in Rainham, on Thursday 8 February 2018, where Havering Business of the Year will be announced.
The awards ceremony is attended by business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, media representatives and more. To attend the prestigious awards ceremony visit www.haveringbusinessawards.co.uk/tickets. Tickets cost £70 and include a three course dinner with pre-dinner drinks and wine with the meal. The ceremony will also have live entertainment and is a great opportunity to network with other Havering businesses.
Lorna Waters, Station Manager at Time 107.5 FM, said: “We had so many worthy contenders which made this year’s judging process very difficult. There were lots of new businesses entering, so it was really inspiring to see how well people in the borough are doing.”