This year’s winners were honoured at a showcase event at the University of Gloucestershire Business School on Thursday 20th October,
We would like to congratulate all winners and finalists, however, in particular, we give a a special mention to our Chamber members below.
Chamber Member Winners
- Tidal Training Direct as CSR Business of the Year, for their amazing work getting life-saving defibrillators distributed throughout Cheltenham.
- Former Chamber Executive Member, Belinda Hunt from the BID – Employee of the Year.
- Cleevely Motors and Cleevely Electric Vehicles – Micro Business of the Year.
- Hooray Recruitment – Small Business of the Year.
- Business Leader of the Year – Cheltenham Trust’s, Laurie Bell.
Chamber Member Finalists
- Wagada Digital – Best Place to Work.
- Tzara Marriott from Wagada and Pat Hemming from St Edward’s School – Employee of the Year.
- Brace Creative Agency and Salus Cyber – Small Business of the Year.
- Chamber Cyber Executive, Jason Kalwa from Salus Cyber was shortlisted for Young Business Leader of the Year.
- Charles Russell Speechlys LLP and Hooray Recruitment – CSR Business of the Year.
- HR People Support’s, Hope Ward – Apprentice of the Year.
- Cheltenham Borough Council – Public Sector Excellence category.
- Last but not least, Cleevely Motors and Cleevely Electric Vehicles – Heritage Business of the Year.
Well done to SoGlos and all those involved in the organisation, including the sponsors. Chamber members among the sponsors included Hazlewoods and Willans as primary sponsors. Category sponsors included Target PR, Hartpury University, HR Star, Evans Jones and the University of Gloucestershire.
All the winners and finalists can be seen here.