Wiltshire Business Awards – ain't no mountain high enough!

It was a special start to a special year for the Wiltshire Business Awards, organised by Newsquest and sponsored by Thrings. Delivering a motivating speech to the many companies who turned up to learn about the awards was Wiltshire-born explorer Sir David Hempleman-Adams, who likened the road to business success to some of his toughest and most rewarding expeditions.

Speaking to the Swindon Advertiser, Thrings partner and awards judge Gemma Featonby said: “Every year we are bowled over by what the region has to offer and we welcome applications from all kinds of businesses to show off the wonderful things happening across the county.

“We visit some brilliant companies that we might never have heard of otherwise. All are really different, but they all have something special.”

For the full article in the Swindon Advertiser, please click here. See here for the photo gallery.

Categories for the 25th Wiltshire Business Awards are:

  • Best Business to work for of the Year
  • Business Person of the Year
  • Corporate, Social and Environmental Responsibility Award
  • Customer & Staff Care Award
  • Learning & Development Employer of the Year Award
  • Medium Sized Enterprise of the Year
  • Micro Business/Sole Trader of the Year
  • Service to the Community Award
  • Small Business of the Year
  • Start Up Business of the Year

Each category’s winner will gain automatic entry for the Overall Excellence Award, sponsored by Thrings and won in 2018 by family-owned recycling and landfill company Crapper and Sons.

Businesses have until the 28 January 2019 to submit their entries. The awards gala dinner will be held on 10 May 2019.

Find out more about the awards and how to enter here: www.wiltshirebusinessawards.co.uk


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