Wednesday, 3 November 2021

6.30pm - 12am, The Midland, Manchester

£120 +VAT per place | Half Table: £550 +VAT | Table of 10: £1000 +VAT

Programme

6.30pm

Networking and Reception Drinks

7pmDinner and Awards
Presentation

11pmEnd of Formal Proceedings

12amCarriages

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Sponsorship

There are a number of high profile opportunities available. To discuss these please contact sales on email:
ben.waterhouse@thebusinessdesk.com

 

 

The Business Masters will return in the autumn to celebrate the region’s success stories of the past year.

The annual award ceremony is a key event in the business calendar, recognising the achievements of companies across the North West.

This year is particularly important because of the huge disruption and challenges caused by the pandemic which have forced all businesses to be agile, innovative and resilient.

The Business Masters winners will be revealed at TheBusinessDesk.com’s annual North West dinner on 3 November 2021 at The Midland Hotel, Manchester.

Shelina Begum, North West editor of TheBusinessDesk.com, said: “After an unprecedented year, businesses have had to change how they operate, disrupt the marketplace, create new products and services and opened up to new opportunities.

“We know from the stories we have been writing over the last 12 months that the region’s companies have stepped up and met the demands of the pandemic with ingenuity and tenacity to ensure they could emerge from the pandemic with a business that can be rebuilt.

“We hope that as many businesses as possible will enter to mark the return of the Business Masters awards.”

The Business Masters awards have categories for businesses of all types, from start-ups to global brands.

We are introducing two new awards this year – the Disruptor and Sustainability awards.

These will recognise achievements in two areas that have become much more important – how businesses are harnessing the power of tech to change their company and industry, and how they are addressing environmental issues to be a more considerate company.

The entry deadline was 23 July 2021 

The Business Masters awards shortlist:

Start-up

  • Bexley Beaumont Limited
  • Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing

Disruptor

  •  IN4 Group
  • inTEC GROUP
  • Voly Ltd

Sustainability

  • Healthy Investment
  • One+All (formerly Rowlinson Knitwear)
  • The Vita Group
  • Thomas Kneale & Co Ltd

International Trade

  • Applied Nutrition Limited
  • Benoit Properties International Limited
  • DA Languages
  • Voly Ltd
  • YourZooki

Investment

  • Beech Holdings
  • BioGrad Group
  • Slalom

Community Impact

  • 247 Group
  • Agent Marketing Ltd and Agent Academy CIC
  • Bruntwood SciTech & Sodexo Partnership
  •  IN4 Group
  • The Forshaw Group

Professional Services

  • Hall Brown Family Law
  • Interpath Advisory
  • OakNorth Bank
  • Omni Resource Management Solutions Limited
  • Slalom

Property Business

  • Beech Holdings
  • Benoit Properties International Limited
  • Workspace Design and Build
  • You Are Home

Family Business – Sponsored by Hall Brown

 

  • Alison Handling Limited
  • Fanattik

Small Business (up to 50 employees)

  • Agent Marketing Ltd and Agent Academy CIC
  • Hall Brown Family Law
  • Thomas Kneale & Co Ltd
  • Workspace Design and Build
  • YourZooki

Medium Business (51 to 250 employees)

  • Applied Nutrition Limited
  • DA Languages
  • Envair Technology
  • inTEC GROUP
  • One+All (formerly Rowlinson Knitwear)

Large Business (251+ employees)

  • 247 Group
  • BioGrad Group
  • Kinaxia Logistics & Warehousing
  • Transform Hospital Group

Fast Growth Business

  • DA Languages
  • Envair Technology
  • Fanattik
  • inTEC GROUP
  • YourZooki

Ambassador of the Year

To be announced on the evening

                          

Last year’s awards were handed out in thirteen categories to businesses of all shapes and sizes and from a wide range of sectors.

Winners included Urban Splash, the Manchester based property developer, which was honoured with the Large Business Award.

Warrington based Alpabiolabs won in the innovation category. The firm specialises in providing drug testing and alcohol kits and also carries out COVID-19 testing options for private individuals and businesses.

The winner of the Investment Award was Alpine Fire Engineers which is based in Bury.

Myerson Solicitors, which has its headquarters in Altrincham, won the Professional Services category.

Family Business of the Year went to Abbey England in Cheshire.

Shelina added: “The event celebrates excellence in firms of all sizes and sectors, from long-established multi-nationals to start-ups.

“I urge as many of you as possible to enter this year’s awards.”

For more information on sponsorships contact Ben Waterhouse and to book your places at the dinner click here.

 If you have any questions about the awards, please email events@thebusinessdesk.com

 

 

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