Ultimotive Wins Small Business Of The Year
4th October 2019 Paul Andrews
Family owned brand licensing company Ultimotive continues their winning year with another award for 2019, this time as Regional winners in the Chambers Business Awards.
Recognising and rewarding excellence in British business, the Chamber Business Awards is one of the UK’s most contested and prestigious business award programmes. Each year, from Aberdeen to Cornwall, organisations of all sizes and sectors compete for the coveted titles and the national recognition they bring.
The Small Business of the Year category is this year sponsored by Facebook. The ability to highlight strong financial performance as well as consistent growth secured Ultimotive with this prestigious award.
From the Essex Chambers of Commerce, Ultimotive is the only representative to win a regional award. This award follows their successful Queens Award win, announced in Spring 2019.
Denise Rossiter, CEO of the Essex Chambers of Commerce said, “Essex Chambers are very proud that Ultimotive have been recognised as one of the winners in the Chamber Business Awards for the East of England region. Winning at this stage is an amazing achievement and we wish them luck in the National Finals. Ultimotive are a fast progressive company with an already recognised exemplary customer service offer. Good luck!”
Andy Smith MD of Ultimotive said, “We are so proud to have won such a prestigious award, the British Chambers Small Business of the Year for the East of England is the culmination of many years of hard work from a talented and dedicated team. We cannot wait to attend finals night where will be the sole representative from Essex and I am crossing my fingers that we can take home the national prize to Colchester”
As a regional winner, Ultimotive will be entered to be the national Business of the Year winner and get to open the London Stock Exchange launching next year’s programme in March 2020. The National winners will be announced at the Gala Awards Dinner on Thursday 28th November at the Tobacco Dock, London.