Latest News | 15 August 2023

Several Bondholders shortlisted for Business Masters awards

St James Securities
BB&J Commercial
Matthew Montague Architects
Morley Hayes
Penguin PR
Ward Recycling
Champions (UK) plc
Derby Kids Camp
Cosy Garden Rooms
Poppy PR
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A number of Marketing Derby Bondholders have been shortlisted for awards, which recognise the cream of the East Midlands business community.

The has revealed the shortlist for the East Midlands Business Masters 2023 after receiving a record number of entries.

Securing three nominations is flex office provider Cubo, which is up for Fast Growth Business of the Year, Disruptor of the Year and Property Business of the Year.

Also nominated for Property Business of the Year is Matthew Montague Architects and St James Securities.

St James Securities will also be vying for the Investment Award, alongside LDC, which is also nominated for the Professional Services (National) Award.

Recycling experts Ward is shortlisted in the International Trade category and will also be going for the Sustainability Award, alongside Morley Hayes, which also nominated for Hospitality & Leisure Business of the Year, where it is joined by Anoki.

Competing for the Community Impact Award will be Derby Kids Camp and Penguin PR, while Champions, Poppy PR and think3 are finalists in the Creative & Media Business of the Year category.

Meanwhile, BB&J Commercial and Precept will be going for top honours in the Small Business of the Year (1-50 employees) category.

Finally, Cosy Garden Rooms has secured a nomination in the Start-up of the Year category.

The winners will be announced at an awards dinner, which will take place in Nottingham on Thursday 19 October.

Sam Metcalf, Midlands editor at The , said: “We were overwhelmed by the sheer range and number of entries to the Masters this year – we received 165 entries.

“I’d like to personally thank all the judges for their time, knowledge and effort in picking their shortlist.”

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