Last night we were proud to attend the Nottingham Post 2014 Business Awards at the East Midlands Conference Centre, alongside many of the city’s amazing success stories.
It was great to see so many of our clients being recognised for their business success over the past year. Like us, patent attorney’s Potter Clarkson and corporate lawyers Austin Moore were up for awards. But it was only software developer TDX, who won the Contribution to the Community Award, and Hillarys Blinds, winners of the Nottinghamshire Company of the Year Award, who walked away with the top prizes.
We made it to the shortlist in the category for Creative Industries Business of the Year, joining local textile designer Tori Murphy and aerial photography specialists Upper Cut Productions into the final three from a field 25 of entries.
On the night we were pipped for the prize by Upper Cut, which we gamely took on the chin. But we still took home a finalist’s trophy and enjoyed an amazing night, brilliantly orchestrated by the East Midlands Conference Centre. It was also great to see so many up-and-coming businesses and to count ourselves among a vibrant and diverse business community.