Business Awards: Full list of winners

A RECORD number of businesses large and small were commended at the Adur and Worthing Business Awards ceremony last week.

Judges were overwhelmed by the level of talent on show, prompting them to recognise a number of highly commended firms, as well as winners across the categories.

Judge Tina Tilley, CEO of Worthing and Adur Chamber of Commerce said: “I was honoured to win an award, but more importantly, it was great to see all of the fantastic businesses in Adur and Worthing recognised.”

For the full report, see the Herald, out Thursday, October 24.

Full list of winners and highly commended

Start up business: Love food

Highly commended: Inspired by the Sea

Small business: Spicer International

Highly commended: Julian Church and Cedar Garage

Medium business: Michael Jones Estate Agents

Highly commended: Emerald Finance

Large business: Bowers and Wilkins

Highly commended: Kingsley Group

Customer service: Ghodsi Barbers

Highly commended: Darren Crabb, Emerald Finance and Northbrook College

Place to eat: Brio

Highly commended: Arundel Restaurant

Hospitality, tourism and leisure: Birdman

Highly commended: The Ardington

Innovation: ETI

Highly commended: Ricardo

Green Business: Teledyne Oil and Gas

Highly commended: Thomas A Becket school

Manufacturing and construction; Furnitureworks

Highly commended: Allsops and Teledyne Oil and Gas

Training and development: Netbuilder

Highly commended: Hendrickx Associates and Lancing Driver Training

Outstanding contribution in the community: Albion in the community

Highly commended: Unleashed and Southern Water

Young achiever: Kevin Pearce, Cedar Garage

Highly commended: Lucy Dawe

Business personality: Tina Tilley

Readers’ Choice: Ocean Press

Overall business: ETI

Lifetime achievement: Peter Webb, ETI