Huntingdonshire Business Awards 2009 - the grand finale
MORE than 300 guests are expected at the Burgess Hall in St Ives on Friday evening, November 6, when the winners of The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards 2009 will be revealed. The black-tie awards ceremony – now in its 12th year – will be comp�r
MORE than 300 guests are expected at the Burgess Hall in St Ives on Friday evening, November 6, when the winners of The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards 2009 will be revealed.
The black-tie awards ceremony - now in its 12th year - will be comp�red by BBC TV Look East presenter Stewart White.
A total of 37 entries were shortlisted as finalists, and the 14-strong panel of judges has spent the past few weeks visiting each of the firms and individuals selected to decide who should emerge as winner of each of the 11 categories. Finalists' details are in this section of the Hunts Post website.
The overall Business of the Year, sponsored by Cambridgeshire County Council, will be chosen from the winners of the nine corporate categories.
Business Development Award, sponsored by Archant Herts & Cambs, parent company of The Hunts Post: Shortlisted: Cambridge Golf and Conference Centre, Hemingford Abbots, The Nail Retreat, St Ives, ISC Software Solutions, Huntingdon, and Inside2Outside, Fenstanton.
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- 3 Huntingdon and Godmanchester celebrate 40-year twinning anniversary in Germany
- 4 Jail for St Neots man described as 'exceptionally dangerous'
- 5 B1514 Brampton Road closure extended for Saturday
- 6 Man sentenced after DNA found on drugs in a Huntingdon home
- 7 John Caldwell names as new president of rotary club
- 8 Editor Debbie Davies writes about her experience in Soham 20 years ago
- 9 Rotary club donates more than £1,100 to police boxing club
- 10 Public advised to "use water wisely" after driest July since 1935
Employer of the Year, sponsored by the Luminus Group: Shortlisted: Bierce Technical Services, Huntingdon, the Huntingdon Marriott Hotel, Maxine Lester Residential Lettings, St Ives, and The Nail Retreat.
Business Person of the Year, sponsored by Leeds Day solicitors with offices across Huntingdonshire: Shortlisted: Peter Durham, managing director of Cambridge Golf and Conference Centre, Tony Larkins, managing director of Beacon Financial Limited, Kimbolton, and Mark Davies, managing director of Blue Prawn Design and Marketing Limited, St Neots.
Retailer of the Year, sponsored by D H Barford and Company, St Neots-based property consultants: Shortlisted: Round Robin, Warboys, S&L Retail Limited, St Ives, Admiral Homespace, Alconbury, and Genesis World of Beauty, St Ives.
Small Business of the Year, sponsored by the Federation of Small Businesses Huntingdonshire branch: Shortlist: Bierce Technical Services Limited, Beacon Financial Limited, Plumb-It, Huntingdon, and The George Hotel & Brasserie, Buckden.
Business Website of the Year, sponsored by Huntingdonshire District Council: Shortlisted: Property Care Association, Huntingdon, Blue Prawn, and BrightVisions, St Neots.
Innovation Award, sponsored by the Greater Cambridge Partnership: Shortlisted: HeatingSave Limited, Hail Weston, Pursuit Dynamics plc, Huntingdon, and iTp Limited, St Ives.
Training and Development Award, sponsored by Huntingdonshire Regional College: Shortlisted: Maxine Lester Residential Lettings, the Huntingdon Marriott Hotel, and Care Solutions Group, St Neots.
Employee of the Year, sponsored by Anglian Water: Shortlisted: Alex Foster of BrightVisions, Marcus Fenton of Pursuit Dynamics plc, and Emily Smart of Genesis Hair and Beauty.
New Business of the Year, sponsored by Haines Watts, Huntingdon-based chartered accountants: Shortlisted: HeatingSave Limited, Outside Structure Solutions Limited, Houghton, and Molby's Beauty Retreat, St Neots.
Environment and Community Award, sponsored by the Environment Agency: Shortlisted: The George Hotel and Brasserie, the Huntingdon Marriott Hotel, and Coffee Unlimited, Papworth.