Kinesis walked away with three awards at The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards last year, but in particular the Business Development Award was and remains a positive experience.
An employee who demonstrated exceptional skill and forward thinking was the perfect contender to scoop the inaugural Apprentice of the Year Award.
Up-skilling and training is vital for any company but for award winners Le Mark it is held in high regard.
The director behind Huntingdon-based business Music Street Guitars and his team stood head and shoulders above the other finalists in the Retailer of the Year category at last year’s Huntingdonshire Business Awards.
St Ives estate agency Wellington Wise won the Online Innovator category last year, which was, and remains, a positive experience for them.
A chain of travel agents is celebrating after scooping a double award win at a prestigious industry awards.
A bridal boutique owner who walked away with the Business Person of the Year Award 2016 has praised the awards for helping the business immerse into the St Ives community.
For the fourth year in a row, those who teach the company leaders, artists, counsellors and teachers of the future were recognised at The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards.
Have you put in your nominations for The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards 2017? If not you need to act soon as the deadline of September 8 is approaching.
A family-run café which has fuelled commuters at Huntingdon train station for four decades will close its doors for the final time later this month.
A pioneer of self-build homes is celebrating 25 years since the opening of its show centre in Little Paxton with a look back at the changing industry.
An enterprising Ellington woman has set up a company travelling around the country serving gin from a converted horsebox.
Godmanchester Running Club will be going a lot more than the extra mile to raise funds for a charity dear to members.