EXCITEMENT is mounting as the winners of the prestigious 2014 Halton Business and Tourism Awards will be revealed this evening.
Halton Chamber of Commerce and Halton Council will announce the winners at a gala dinner at The Holiday Inn, Runcorn.
Chief executive Paula Cain said: “We’ve had a record number of extremely high quality nominations from companies, making the process very difficult for our panel of judges.
“These awards aim to recognise those achievements and celebrate the success and excellence of our Halton business community.
“The kudos of winning one of the Halton Business and Tourism Awards goes way beyond receiving a trophy. It can help potential customers choose you over your competitors, making you more profitable.”
She wants to thank all the sponsors without whom the awards would not be possible.
The shortlisted candidates are:
Apprentice/Young Person of the Year 2014
Jessica Robinson, Inventya
Jordan Smith, Youth Graffiti
Marcus Burke, Halton Borough Council
Michelle Wynn, Evolution Dental Studios
Retailer of the Year 2014
Curiosity Book Shop
Neil and Barker
Entrepreneur of the Year 2014
Anna Jenkins, Silky Bouquets
Aldo do Leonibus, Inventya
Steve Swift, Aerelink
Neil Lancaster, Deal With It
Exporter of the Year 2014
Ineos ChlorVinyls Ltd
TALL Security Print Ltd
Deal With it
Positive Environmental Impact
Centrol Recycling Group Ltd
Arvia Technology Ltd
Dan Quinton, Everglades Park Hotel
Phill Day, Catalyst Science Discovery Centre
Customer Service Team, Runcorn Ski Centre
Conference and Events Sales, Holiday Inn
Outstanding Customer Service in the Visitor Economy
Sally Jones, Holiday Inn
Rachel Grogan, Everglades Park Hotel
Lynn Steadman, Catalyst Science Discovery Centre
Andrew Spokes, The Brindley
Astmoor and Halebank BID Business of the Year 2014
James Troop and Co
Hough Green Garage
Innovation Award 2014
Media and Digital
Customer Focus Award 2014
Essence of Life
Business of the Year 2014
Hough Green Garage
The shortlist for The New Business of the Year will be announced this eveniing.