Burnley businesses honoured at awards
The best of #BrilliantBurnley was celebrated with an evening of glitz and glamour at Towneley Hall.
The annual awards event is organised by Burnley Council and the Burnley Bondholder Brand Scheme to promote Burnley’s business success and the borough’s booming economic infrastructure. Lancashire Business View supported the event as media partner.
Burnley Council chief executive, Mick Cartledge said: “As a town we aim to be the best in the North West for economic growth, investing in huge strategic economic projects, and working side by side with the private sector to ensure more of the right people know about Burnley’s success; that Burnley is investment ready and open for business.”
Awards were handed out across 14 categories. Mark Crabtree earned an individual award for his leadership, and his business AMS Neve won the Digital Impact award. Pipeline Induction Heat took the title of Burnley Business of the Year.
Full list of winners
Burnley Business Leader of the Year - Mark Crabtree OBE
Burnley Business of the Year – Pipeline Induction Heat
Employer of the Year – Paradigm Precision
The Growing Business of the Year – UK Restoration Services
The Digital Impact Award – AMS Neve Ltd
The Innovation Award – Safran Nacelles Ltd
The Medium Business of the Year – Birchall Foodservice
The Leisure & Tourism Award – Crow Wood Leisure
The Manufacturing Excellence Award – Specialist Anodising Co Ltd (SACO)
The Apprenticeship Scheme of the Year – Pipeline Induction Heat
The International Business of the Year – Specialist Anodising Co Ltd (Saco)
The Young Employee of the Year (Joint Winners) – Khaleel Mahmood, VEKA and Cleo Jackson, FloControl
Highly Commended Young Employee of the Year – Billy Hasler-Cregg, Ring Stones Maintenance
The Small Business of the Year (5-19 Employees) – +24 Marketing
Highly Commended Small Business of the Year – Ellis’s
The Small Business of the Year (20-49 Employees) – Speakman Contractors