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The finalists for the 2022 Mayor’s Business Awards have been announced.

Many are nominated, but only three can be shortlisted in each category of the awards which will be presented at Lynn’s Corn Exchange in March.

And the standard of nominations made for some particularly tough decisions for our judges.

The Mayor's Business Awards at the Corn Exchange in King's Lynn.. (31012492)
The Mayor's Business Awards at the Corn Exchange in King's Lynn.. (31012492)

The finalists in each category, with their sponsors, are as follows:

Mayor’s Business of the Year, sponsored by West Norfolk Council: Captain Fawcett, CGM Group, Jordan Fitness Ltd.

Small Business of the Year, sponsored by Mapus-Smith Lemmon LLP: Prontaprint King’s Lynn, This is Fuller, Uptech Limited.

Business Person of the Year, sponsored by Brown & Co: Michael Baldwin (Bank House), Jason Carlton (Uptech Limited), Jordan Cribb (Vertex Architecture).

Business Innovation, sponsored by MCP Solicitors: GH Hair Design, Premier Voice Data Limited, Uptech Limited.

Apprentice/Trainee of the Year: Georgia Mountain (GH Hair Design), Jasmine Bentley (Human Capital Development), Lexy Compton-Merritt (Trues Yard Fisherfolk Museum).

Customer Care: Bennett & Co Estate Agents, Crazy Bananas Children’s Entertainment, West Norfolk Deaf Association.

Independent Retailer, sponsored by The Bank House: Donaldson Fishmongers, West Norfolk Deaf Association, WhataHoot.

Leisure and Tourism, sponsored by Complete Commercial Finance: Majestic Cinema, The Angel Watlington, WhataHoot.

Employee of the Year, sponsored by MARS: Kelly Melerski (Achieve Together), Alejandra Mosquera Diaz (Dental Design Studio), Roxanne Freestone (Queen Elizabeth Hospital).

King’s Lynn Champion, sponsored by Discover King’s Lynn: Duke’s Head Hotel, Prontaprint King’s Lynn, WhataHoot.

Environmental Champion: Greenyard Frozen Ltd, Lynn Shellfish Ltd, Tamar Nurseries Ltd.

The awards are organised by West Norfolk Council, in association with the Lynn News.

After a year away because of the pandemic, the black-tie evening is booked for Friday, March 4, at the Alive Corn Exchange in Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place.

Among the many awards on offer is for Business Innovation, sponsored by MCP Solicitors.

The coronavirus crisis has forced many firms to find new ways of working.

This award celebrates new ideas, processes, products, services, technologies and applications that have had an impact on an organisation’s success.

Businesses can truly be judged by how they serves the people who come through its doors.

The Customer Care award recognises the organisation, irrespective of size or sector, that proves the customer really does come first.

If you know someone who always goes the extra mile for their customers, or their colleagues, then why not put them forward for the Employee of the Year award, sponsored by Mars.

The judges will also be looking for an outstanding contribution to colleagues’ welfare and enhancing the working environment, as well as the success of your organisation.

And if your boss is the tops, then nominate them for Businessperson of the Year, sponsored by Brown & Co.

After a year away because of the pandemic, the black-tie evening is booked for Friday, March 4, at the Alive Corn Exchange in Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place.

Categories carrying awards for 2022 are Small Business of the Year (sponsored by Mapus-Smith Lemmon LLP), Business Person of the Year (Brown & Co), Business Innovation (Metcalfe Copeman & Pettefar solicitors), Apprentice/Trainee of the Year, Customer Care, Independent Retailer (The Bank House), Leisure & Tourism (Complete Commercial Finance), Employee of the Year (MARS), Environmental Champions and King’s Lynn Champion (sponsored by Discover King’s Lynn).

And, of course, there is the top accolade, the Mayor’s Business Award, sponsored by West Norfolk Council itself.

To nominate, go to www.iliffemediapromotions.co.uk/mayors-business-awards/nominate/ Closing date is noon today, November 19.



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