newark business awards 2019
We were approached by the Newark Advertiser, sponsor of the Newark Business Awards, to create a video for each of the 30 finalists to be shown at the awards evening. We had a wonderful time visiting each of the finalists around Newark and learning about their organisation.
A finalist in the 'Best Start-Up' category, Kitchen 52 create custom, calorie controlled meals for those who are conscious about their health. All meals are prepared on their premises using fresh, natural ingredients.
Newark community first aid
A finalist in the 'Best Social Enterprise' category, Newark Community First Aid provide emergency first aid cover at events around Newark. Philip and his team also offer first aid training to businesses and organisations.
tom geraghty and associates
Tom and his team provide accountancy and business planning services from their offices in Newark. Tom was nominated in the 'Employer of the Year' category by his staff.
fibre 4 rural nottinghamshire (f4rn)
The lack of broadband in their rural village prompted Paul and other residents to band together and create F4RN to bring fast fibre internet access to serve their community themselves. F4RN was nominated in the 'Best Social Enterprise' category.
Trigger Publishing is a small publishing house specialising in publishing titles associated with promoting mental health. What makes them unique is that all the proceeds from their mental health publications are used to fund their mental health charity. Stephanie and the team were nominated in the 'Business Innovation Category'.
jalapeno business services
Laurence and his team provide their clients with IT support and consultancy services leaving them free to focus on running their businesses without having to worry about their IT. Jalapeno were nominated in the 'Customer Service' category.