Shortlist revealed for St Helens Borough Business Awards

More than 40 businesses have been shortlisted for the St Helens Borough Business Awards with the winners being announced at an awards ceremony in October. Tony McDonough reports

St Helens Chamber
St Helens Chamber has revealed the business awards shortlist


More than 40 businesses have made the shortlist for the St Helens Borough Business Awards.

Organisers St Helens Chamber and St Helens Council have revealed the shortlisted candidates for each of the 13 awards categories. The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Friday, October 15.

The winning businesses in the national awards categories will be entered into the British Chamber of Commerce Business Awards, which will take place in December.

Rachel Collins, head of business services at St Helens Chamber, said: “We had a fantastic response to the awards and the judging panel was left with a very difficult task, but we have a very strong shortlist and all the businesses and students who entered should be proud of their achievements.

“We are now looking forward to announcing the winners at the awards ceremony which promises to be a glamorous celebration of our wonderful businesses and our people.”

The St Helens Brough Business Awards which are sponsored by Paramount Digital, and supported by Glass Futures and Torus are designed to recognise and celebrate the success and accomplishments of businesses from all sectors.

Tickets are on sale now for the event priced at £50+vat. For more information or to book tickets for the ceremony call 01744 742028 or email The shortlist is:

Small Business of the Year sponsored by Langtree Property Partners
TD Construction Testing


The Branded Items Group

Genesis Training Group


Social Business of the Year sponsored by Halton & St Helens Voluntary and Community Action

The Mount

Mental & Emotional Wealth of our Children and Young People


My Outdoor Classroom CIC


Business Hero: Community Commitment Award sponsored by Knauf

Torus Foundation

Mikhail Hotel & Leisure Group (The Eccleston Arms)

The Hope Centre

St Helens The Best Me CIC


Business Start Up of the Year sponsored by Network Space

Resilient Recruitment


Ever Evolving


Employer of the Year sponsored by Wind in the Willows Childcare

Enspec Power

Communication Plus

E-Verve Energy


Education & Business Partnership sponsored by Lucam Consultancy

Genesis Training Group

Electric Futures

Rainford High School Partnership

St Cuthberts Catholic High School


Apprentice of the Year sponsored by Starbank Panel Products

Patrick Sorby at Sood Marketing Limited

Courtney Hodgkinson at TD Contruction Testing

Sean Allen at TD Construction Testing

Craig Hayes at HMS


Student of the Year sponsored by Genesis Jobs, Education & Training

Fraya Booth at Happy Bunnies

Abbie Ward at Metro Mayors Office

Dylan Coward at MD Creatives

Joseph Alker at St Helens Chamber


Business Diversification Award

Mikhail Hotel & Leisure Group (The Eccleston Arms)

The Branded Items Group

Torus Foundation

Riddling Rack


Export Business of the Year sponsored by Brendon International

E-Tech Components UK

Sandon Global Engraving Technology

Winch Solutions Ltd


Entrepreneur of the Year sponsored by kenable

Ryan Little at Little Estate Agents and Pimbletts

Elliot Street at Inovus Medical

Allie Baglow at Allisons Financial Planning

Mayo Osundeko at Joy and Joe


Green Business of the Year sponsored by PLP

E-Verve Energy

Glass Futures


Diversity & Inclusion Award sponsored by Galliford Try

Rainford High School Partnership

Ever Evolving

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