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FSB London Business Awards Finalists 2015

Posted on 29/06/2015 by Clare Evans

We’re delighted to announce that Nutbourne are finalists for this year’s London Business Awards for Service Excellence, presented by the Federation of Small Businesses.

Currently in their third year, the awards commend the achievements of companies who have proven their efforts and determination to excel in their industry and as an enterprise. This year’s awards especially mark the theme of optimism for the future, with FSB’s London Regional Chair, Steve Warwick, stating that “London continues to be a hotbed for the creation and growth of new companies, with an invigorating atmosphere of optimism and opportunity in business”. Nutbourne are excited to be a part of the awards programme, which highlights the positive steps entrants are taking towards enhancing the London business community.

The 11 categories for the awards, including Apprentice of the Year, Business Innovation and Training and Development, were judged by business leaders in and around London who also strive to grow and innovatively impact in their fields. We’re very proud to have reached the finals in Service Excellence, as a recognition of our work towards helping our clients, and our mission to share and uphold our core values in everything we do. Let’s hope we can go for gold!

The ceremony for the awards will take place on Thursday 30th July, at the Hotel Pullman London. If you’d like to see the categories and finalists, you can find out more on the FSB awards website. Plus, you can look out for all the action at the awards at @NutbourneUK – I’m sure we’ll be posting plenty of photos! 


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