AnTech is pleased to announce that it has won Small Business of the Year in the 2016 Express & Echo Business Awards. Now in its sixth year, the business awards recognise the most successful companies and individuals in the Exeter area.
ANTECH WINS SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
3rd May 2016
Back in March, AnTech was shortlisted in the Small Business of the Year category alongside, Bluegrass Computer Services, Cosmic, Hanlons Brewery, The Exeter Dental Centre and Van Guard Accessories. The judging panel was made up of six renowned judges who had the tough task of whittling down nearly 100 entries.
April arrived and more than 300 guests gathered on Friday 8th at Sandy Park to celebrate and find out the winners of this year’s business awards. The black tie event showcased inspirational success stories from industry leading companies and individuals from across the region.
Following a three-course dinner, the awards ceremony began and was co-hosted by Judi Spiers, BBC Broadcasting and Patrick Phelvin, Echo Editor. After several category winners had been revealed it was finally time for Small Business of the Year. AnTech was announced as the category winner and Zoe Williams, Sustaining Engineer said “It was very exciting to be able to go up and collect the award on the behalf of AnTech! It was also lovely to see so many enthusiastic Devon based businesses cheering each other on”. The full results can be found here.
“This was the first time that we had entered and to reach the final is great recognition of our people and technology within the company. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening with excellent speakers and an outstanding live band.” said Katie Maynard, Senior Marketing Executive.
This award further highlights the innovative and niche technology that AnTech produces which was also recognised last autumn in the National Private Business Awards.
The sponsors who kindly supported this year's award were, South West Communications Group, Exeter City Council, Pavey Group, Exeter Chamber of Commerce, Kitsons, Exeter College, Devon County Council, Great Western Railway and the Virtual Jet Centre.
To find out more about the awards please visit: Express & Echo Business Awards.
Benjamin Brooking, Head of Engineering, Zoe Williams, Sustaining Engineer alongside Judi Spiers and Patrick Phelvin