We are absolutely delighted to announce the winners of the 2021 Growing Business Awards. Many congratulations to all our winners.

The wait is finally over and we are really pleased to reveal the winners of the 23rd Growing Business Awards, which celebrate the strength, vision and resilience of SMEs in the UK. The judges were hugely impressed by the exceptional quality of all our champions.

Amber Ward, Director of the Growing Business Awards said: “Many congratulations to all our winners. We are delighted to be able to acknowledge and celebrate your achievements in this way and to shine a light on the incredible growth and progress that so many SMEs have made this year.”

The winners are:

Customer Experience and Loyalty - Everflow Group

Micro Business of the Year - S-Cube (Sub Salt Solutions)

Employer of the Year - JCW Group

Diversity and Inclusion Champion of the Year - PJ Care

Best New Product of the Year - Everflow Group

Family-Owned Business of the Year - Mash Direct

Young Company of the Year - Interlink Online

Export Champion of the Year - Templeton and Partners

Online Business of the Year - Biscuiteers

Santander Technology Business of the Year - technologi Worldwide

Consumer Business of the Year - Jaques of London

B2B Business of the Year - Gavin Griffiths Recycling

Business Advisor of the Year - Dent Global

Bridges Positive Impact - Inovus Medical

Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company (Turnover up to £10m) - Sopro

Santander Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company (Turnover £10m-£25m) - Source Group International

Growing Business of the Year: Mid-sized Company (Turnover £25m-£45m) - Kubrick Group

Growing Business of the Year: Mid-sized Company (Turnover £45m-£60m - Everflow Group

Growing Business of the Year: Larger Company (Turnover £60m+) - Reconomy

Innovator of the Year - disguise

Market Disruptor of the Year - Kubrick Group

Triumph over Adversity - Broadsword Event House

Young Entrepreneur of the Year - Elliott Herrod-Taylor, The Bunch

Entrepreneur of the Year - James Whiteley, White Stores

Sean Longsdale, Managing Director, Structured Finance at Santander UK, said: “Over the last year and a half we’ve seen just how crucial SMEs are to the communities in which they operate. We’ve been blown away by the extraordinary lengths they’ve gone to adapt in order to safeguard their businesses, their teams and to support the local community. Now it’s our turn to honour and celebrate their achievements and we’re delighted to be supporting the Growing Business Awards again this year, recognising the outstanding achievements of entrepreneurs and their outstanding teams in the most testing of times. Congratulations to all the very worth winners and runners up.”

Kyle Bentwood, Director, Bridges Fund Management, said: “Many congratulations to Inovus, and to all the businesses shortlisted for this year’s Bridges Positive Impact Award. It was great to meet so many companies that are enjoying strong growth precisely because they’re helping to solve one of the big challenges facing people or the planet. As we look to re-build a more inclusive and sustainable economy post-Covid, these are the businesses that will lead the way.”

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