COMPUTER services firm JSPC has renewed its support for the Adur and Worthing Business Awards as it returns as headline sponsor for the second year running.
The Sompting-based business, owned by James Stoner, is keen to celebrate the successes of the business community by playing a key role in the awards for another year.
Mr Stoner said: “We are delighted to return as principal sponsor of the Adur and Worthing Business Awards to show our support for the fantastic business talent we have in this area.
“The awards are a great way to celebrate and recognise the work being delivered by local businesses and we look forward to celebrating with the finalists.”
JSPC delivers a wide range of IT solutions to meet the needs of both small and large clients, as well as hosting a repair centre and shop in Sompting, which has enabled the company to complete over 2,000 repairs in one year.
Started from scratch by James Stoner in 2002, the business has grown dramatically over the past 12 years. It now supports more than 200 primary and secondary schools across Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire, providing services such as broadband solutions, data backup, licensing, e-learning support and technician services.
As well as being the primary sponsor, JSPC will also lead the lifetime achievement category for the second time.
Mr Stoner said: “This is also the second year we will return as sponsors of the lifetime achievement award, which goes to an inspirational person who has achieved great things in business.
“This is a particularly worthy award, as developing a business isn’t an easy task and making it a long-term success is even harder.”
Passionate about contributing in a positive way to the local community, JSPC is involved in various charities and local projects, as well as being involved with the Northbrook College Apprenticeship Scheme.
To find out more, call 01903 767122 or visit www.jspc.co.uk