In its 18th year, the Amazon Growing Business Awards is about championing young and small firms from all corners of the UK – and showcasing triumph over adversity.
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Hoping for your vote is Simply Business, the UK’s biggest business insurance broker and an employer nurturing talent as well as promoting wellbeing.
With staff salaries reviewed annually and employees of the quarter receiving cash prizes and spa days, Quint believes it’s worth of Employer of the Year.
As Health@Work trains some employees in neuro‐linguistic programming and cognitive behavioural therapy, it believes it is worth of Employer of the Year.
Wellness workshops, profit-related bonuses and regular staff socials are just some of the reasons Genie Ventures believes it is Employer of the Year.
The Gekko Social Fund is just one of the techniques utilised by the field marketing business, which is competing for Employer of the Year award.
PR firm Chameleon took 15 per cent of profits from last year and gave it out through bonuses, and believes it is worth of being named Employer of the Year.
Another strong contender for Employer of the Year is Brainlabs, a marketing agency that heavily encourages its staff to engage with charitable work.
Triumph over adversity, exporting triumph and rural success will be just some of the themes celebrated at the 2016 Amazon Growing Business Awards.
With the Amazon Growing Business Awards once again on the horizon, we take a look at three businesses, small, medium and large, that were recognised for incredible growth achievements.
Ella’s Kitchen is a world-renowned baby food brand and two-time winner of the Amazon Growing Business Awards – the business scooped the award for International Business of the Year 2011 and the Customer Excellence Award 2009.
Britain has a rich history of producing strong consumer brands, but very few have had as much impact in such a short amount of time as crisps business Tyrrels.