Three Preston firms have won awards at a North West business awards.Advertisement
The E3 Business Awards took place at the Macron Stadium in Bolton and a familiar name was on the winners list.
Magma Digital picked up the skills, education and training award – adding to its double at the Be Inspired Business Awards.
Managing director Jeremy Coates said: “We pride ourselves on being a learning organisation. We focus on encouraging all staff to benefit from coaching and training. Staff at all seniority levels participate in coaching and training, with the intention that the whole organisation is in a state of perpetual improvement.
“The award and the recognition it provides will keep us motivated to continue learning. Innovation is fundamental to the nature of our business and this award is a catalyst for further progression.We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the E3 Business Awards team and everyone involved in organising the awards for creating an amazing atmosphere on the night.”
Social enterprise of the year went to the National Forum for Health and Wellbeing, based in Preston and Bolton.
Hannah Warren, from Oxygen Personnel, picked up young entrepreneur of the year.
Managing director of 1 Events Media, Mubarak Chati, said: “The improved numbers and the exceptionally high calibre of this year’s nominees point, I think, to the North West’s rising economic fortunes. There is such energy and entrepreneurial spirit being invested in the region’s businesses and, as the nominations prove, local entrepreneurs are achieving hugely impressive things.
“Given the extent of the competition this year, all our winners and all those who achieved a place in the finals can feel very proud. Our judges remarked many times on the high standard of entries and they were clearly impressed by the commitment, the professionalism and the innovative ideas that lay behind the finalists’ achievements. On behalf of 1 Events Media, I offer all the finalists my warmest congratulations and I hope that their many successes continue in the coming year.”