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This week we received the exciting news that we have been shortlisted for the Times Business Awards 2019, Tunbridge Wells in the 'Best Business 1-25 Employees' category.

This week we received the exciting news that we have been shortlisted for the Times Business Awards 2019, Tunbridge Wells. This gives us a unique opportunity to showcase ourselves alongside some of the leading businesses and business people within Tunbridge Wells. We have been shortlisted in the ‘Best Business 1-25 Employees’ category, which recognises small businesses that have maintained consistent growth, strong financial performance, who understand customer expectations and have an engaged workforce continually innovating to support future growth.

We are thrilled to have been shortlisted and to be recognised for our dedication to an employee-driven environment. This gives us the platform to demonstrate our commitment to servicing our clients with the knowledge to see things to fruition.

We may only be a small team, but we’re doing big things, and we’re doing them well.

  • We believe that a business is only as good as its people, which is why we spend time investing in our people and nurturing our team.
  • Our core value is “active consideration” and is central to everything we do.
  • Our senior core team are becoming increasingly involved in decisions regarding moving the business forward.
  • We are creating an environment that stimulates our imaginations and inspires to be the best we can be.
  • We know that the work we do can have a real impact on someone’s life.

The winners of the Times Business Awards 2019, Tunbridge Wells, will be announced on Thursday 30th May at a Gala held at Salomans in Tunbridge Wells.

Author: Jess Baldock

20th May 2019

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Page & Page and Partners

+44 (0)20 8617 8250

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76 Calverley Road
Tubridge Wells
Kent
TN1 2UJ
United Kingdom

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