The winners of this year’s Doncaster Business Awards have been revealed.
Companies big and small gatherered at Doncaster Racecourse this evening for the annual glittering bash which celebrated the very best of the town’s business community.
The winners were as follows:
Excellence in Customer Service - sponsored by Polypipe
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield.
Excellence in Marketing & Communications - sponsored by Twenty Four IT Solutions
Excellence in Corporate, Social and Environmental Responsibility - sponsored by Pennine Stone Ltd
St Leger Homes of Doncaster.
Excellence in Overseas Trade – sponsored by Natwest
Excellence in People Development and Training - sponsored by QDOS Consulting Ltd
Success Through Partnership Working - sponsored by HSR Law
Success Through Innovation and Diversification - sponsored by Keepmoat Limited
Business Person of the Year (35 and under) - sponsored by Academy for Chief Executives
Oliver Bryssau (Origin Broadband)
Business Person of the Year (36 and over) - sponsored by Academy for Chief Executives
Tom Bayston (Park Lodge Shooting School)
Business Start Up of the Year (Under 2 Years Trading by December 2014) - sponsored by Doncaster College and University Centre
Louise Prestwich Photography.
Third Sector Business or Organisation of the Year - sponsored by Taylor Bracewell
People Focused Group.
Business of the Year - sponsored by Allotts Chartered Accountants
Twenty Four IT Solutions.
Medium Business of the Year - sponsored by King Asia Foods
RBU Sales UK Ltd t/a iRecruit UK Ltd.
Large Business of the Year - sponsored by Peter Brett Associates LLP
Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
Lifetime Achievement Award: Stephen Lloyd, Hesley Group
The glittering ceremony, supported by the Free Press and sponsored by Solutions 4 Cleaning, saw dozens of firms going head to head for prizes across a number of categories.
The awards, now in their 16th year, are a highlight of the business calendar and are renowned for showcasing the achievements of firms and the contributions that they make to the economy, as well as their social and environmental impact.
The ceremony was hosted by journalist Louise Minchin, who currently presents Breakfast and Real Rescues as well as being one of the main news anchors on the BBC.
Full details and photographs of all the victors from the ceremony in next week’s Doncaster Free Press.