Lancashire Business Awards 2014 winners revealed!
Downtown Lancashire in Business hosted a sell-out Lancashire Business Awards 2014 at the Stanley House Hotel.
The big winners on the night included Jeff Taylor from Hays Recruitment, who was awarded best CEO, Rob Binns, owner of Cotton Court, who took home the Business Personality award and Ruth Connor, chief executive of Marketing Lancashire, who won the Contribution to Lancashire award.
Frank McKenna chief executive of Downtown in Business commented: “The Lancashire Business Awards have become a key part of the calendar in the region and it’s great to see so many different types of companies involved.
“These are companies and individuals who have made immense contributions to making the Lancashire region a great place to do business, and I’d like to convey my congratulations to all the winners.”
The event was held in association with Boost Business Lancashire, Bowker BMW, Hays Recruitment, Preston’s College, Champion Accountants and UCLan
The full list of winners for the Lancashire Business Awards 2014 were:
Networker of the Year (Male):
Mark Jones, Jones Corporate
Networker of the Year (Female):
Lisa Edge, Preston's College
Best Social Media Presence of the Year:
Best Employer of the Year:
Best Employee of the Year:
Katie Beckham, The Write Angle
Best PR and Marketing Agency of the Year:
Best Digital Agency of the Year:
Best Newcomer of the Year
Best LEgal Company of the Year:
Best Business Bank of the Year:
Best Accountancy Firm of the Year:
Best Property Business of the Year:
Best Hospitality Venue of the Year:
Italian Orchard Restaurant
Best Hotel of the Year:
Tickled Trout Hotel
Best Business of the Year:
Logma Systems Design
Jeff Taylor, Hays Recruitment
Business Personality of the Year:
Rob Binns, Cotton Court
Contribution to Lancashire:
Ruth Connor, Marketing Lancashire