City of Liverpool Business Awards celebrate all that is great and good

Last Thursday evening (16th July), more than 200 representatives of Liverpool’s business community gathered to celebrate the eleventh annual City of Liverpool Business Awards.

Taking place at the beautiful Sefton Park Palm House, hundreds of firms from across the city flocked to the annual event hosted by Downtown Liverpool in Business, to help mark the achievements of the business community from across the last year.

The awards have become a popular event in the city’s calendar, celebrating the brightest and best of the region’s commercial world. The event was a sell out again this year!

Award categories included best legal, financial and newcomer, as well as awards to award talent within the hospitality and digital sectors.

The winners were:

Best Newcomer – Fuel Station
Employer Of The Year – The Mothership Group
Best Customer Focused Business – B&M Waste Services
Best PR And Marketing Agency 2015 – Influential
Best Digital And Creative Agency 2015 – Uniform
Best Legal Firm 2015 – MSB Solicitors
Recruitment Company Of The Year 2015 – Michael Page Recruitment
Best Business Bank 2015 – Santander
Best Accountancy Firm 2015 – Wilson Henry
Property Business Of The Year 2015 – Regenda
Best Hospitality Venue 2015 – Fazenda
Best Hotel 2015 – Malmaison
Best Social Media Presence 2015 – Epstein Theatre
Business Enabler 2015 – City Of Liverpool College
Business Of The Year 2015 – Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Contribution To Liverpool 2015 – Liverpool Vision
Chief Executive’s Awards 2015 – Image Play

Frank McKenna, DLIB Chief Executive, said:

“The City of Liverpool Business Awards are one of the highlights of the calendar in the city and it’s great to see so many businesses taking part. The standard of entries was incredibly high and that’s testimony to the flourishing business community in Liverpool. The shortlist of entries alone shows the breadth of talent in our region and the awards are a perfect way to celebrate and recognise the contribution these businesses make to the city region’s economic growth.

“I am pleased for all the nominees, and winners, because, after coming through the toughest recession in living memory, it is these businesses that are the true heroes and the real story behind the UKs climb out of the downturn. They have all made an invaluable contribution to wealth and jobs creation in Liverpool, and they deserve huge congratulations and credit for their tremendous efforts.”


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