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Biz Award Winners

 Held at the HG Wells Conference & Events Centre on

 Thursday 9th May 2019

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Biz Awards Winners

Entrepreneur of the Year 

Sponsored by: Places Leisure

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WINNER:

Harry East – Equals Collective

 

FINALISTS

Gemma Cockrell 

Puremess

Guildford

Harry East

Equals Collective

Guildford

Simon Sherlock

Distillers Of Surrey

Ripley

Places Leisure

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New Business/Start Up of the year (less than 18 months) 

Sponsored by: Village Hotel Club

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WINNER:

My 1st Photos Ltd

 

FINALISTS

UniExcellence

Cobham

Okomoko

Farnham

My 1st Photos Ltd

Guildford

Meet Biz Award 'New Business/Start Up of the Year': My 1st Photos

Meet My 1st Photo's who won New Business/ Start-Up of Year at the Biz Awards 2019 which was held at the HG Wells Centre in Woking.

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Employee of the Year

Sponsored by: Morgan McKinley

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WINNER:

Adam Burness-Smith – ramsac Ltd

 

FINALISTS

Liam Smith

Apps In The Sky

Basingstoke

Adam Burness-Smith

ramsac

Godalming

Richard Luff

Branston Adams

Farnham

Biz Award Winners 2019: Adam Burness-Smith | Employee of the Year

Meet Adam Burness- Smith from ramsac who won Employee of the Year at the Biz Awards 2019 which was held at the HG Wells Centre in Woking and was sponsored by Morgan McKinley.

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Customer Focus

Sponsored by: project five

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WINNER:

Sell Electrical Ltd

 

FINALISTS 

Kall Kwik Farnham

Farnham

KPC Creative Communications

Farnham

Sell Electrical Ltd

Leatherhead

Biz Award Winners 2019: Sell Electrical | Customer Focus Award

Meet Sell Electrical who won a Customer Focus Award at the Biz Awards 2019 which was held at the HG Wells Centre in Woking and was sponsored by ProjectFive

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Green Award

Sponsored by: iCs

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WINNER:

Clandon Wood Nature Reserve and Natural Burial Ground

 

FINALISTS

Clandon Wood Nature Reserve and Natural Burial Ground

Guildford

LittleLeaf Organic Cotton

Headley

Brandler London

Walton-on-Thames

Biz Award Winners 2019: Clandon Wood Nature Reserve and Natural Burial Ground | GREEN AWARD

Meet Clandon Wood Nature Reserve and Natural Burial Ground who won the Green Award at the Biz Awards 2019 which was held at the HG Wells Centre in Woking and sponsored by iCs.

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Community Consideration

Sponsored by: Guildford College

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WINNER:

Guildford Shakespeare Company

 

FINALISTS

Guildford Shakespeare Company Trust

Guildford

Kelly's Storage

Guildford

Informed Choice

Cranleigh and Petersfield

Guildford College podcast

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Digital Innovation

Sponsored by: Surrey Chambers of Commerce & Hampshire Chamber of Commerce 

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WINNER:

Apps In The Sky

 

FINALISTS

Apps In The Sky

Basingstoke 

Conquest Consultancy

Camberley

Biz Award Winners 2019: Apps In The Sky | Digital Innovation Award

Meet Apps In The Sky who won the Digital Innovation Award at the Biz Awards 2019 which was held at the HG Wells Centre in Woking and sponsored by Surrey and Hampshire Chamber of Commerce.

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Charity/Social Enterprise of the Year

Sponsored by: Kall Kwik, Farnham

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WINNER:

Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care

 

FINALISTS

The Knights Foundation

Camberley 

Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care

West Surrey & North- East Hampshire 

Surrey Search & Rescue

Surrey

Biz Award Winners 2019: Phyllis Tuckwell: Charity/Social Enterprise of the Year

Hear from the Biz Award Charity/Social Enterprise of the Year, Phyllis Tuckwell. This award was sponsored by Kall Kwik, Farnham.

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Leadership Award

Sponsored by: Woking Works

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WINNER:

Paul Adams

 

FINALISTS

Paul Adams

Branston Adams

Farnham

Sonja Freebody

Headway Surrey

Guildford

Jon Morrissey

Jon Morrissey Ltd 

Aldershot

Biz Award Winners 2019: Paul Adams | Leadership Award

Meet Paul Adams from Branston Adams who won the Leadership Award at the Biz Awards 2019 which was held at the HG Wells Centre in Woking and sponsored by Woking Works.

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Business of the Year

Sponsored by: Herrington Carmicheal

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WINNER:

Inchora PLC

 

FINALISTS

Inchora Plc

Farnborough 

Butt Miller

Camberley

Equals Collective

Guildford

Herrington Carmichael

Biz Awards 2019

Richard Maybury

Richard Maybury

Known as ‘Mr Productivity’ by his clients. His specialist training business ‘Attitude Solutions’ equips and enables business leaders and their people to manage their competing priorities and deliver their critical results easier every day.  He calls what he does ‘Welding Purpose to Priorities’.

 

His flagship personal and collaborative workload management training delivers measurable productivity improvements for his clients. These clients range from FT100 / S&P500 firms to fast growing, ambitious SMEs. He currently supports clients in 16 countries. 

 

Prior to establishing this business Richard was a Chartered Insurer working in the corporate / commercial risks sector in the London market and living and working in 5 overseas markets in Africa, Middle East and Far East. In the middle East he was involved in transforming the business and operational models of three businesses for the Norwich Union/Aviva into locally incorporated Joint Ventures.

 

He is the Chair of the Institute of Directors in Surrey, the second largest branch of the IoD with over 3000 members, as well as being the HR Ambassador for the county. His popular IoD Director Briefing Breakfasts attracts between 60 to 80 business leaders to the Guildford Cathedral refectory every month for a stimulating sharing of insights and inspirations over breakfast. 

Julianne Ponan

Owner and CEO of Creative Nature, a leading brand in the free-from industry with products now stocked in over 4,000 UK stores including Sainsbury’s, Asda, Co-op, Ocado and BP as well as exporting to over 10 countries around the world.

 

Since she can remember, Julianne has been anaphylactic (stops breathing) to all tree-nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, chickpeas and lentils, among other things. This made healthy eating and air travel a major concern and potentially fatal for her and millions of people around the world who also suffer from common airborne allergens like tree nuts and peanuts. Whilst Julianne has learnt to live with her allergies, constantly reading and re-reading ingredients lists to make sure they are safe, air travel continues to be a stressful situation, with some airline insisting on serving nuts, when they really don’t need to.

 

In order to improve the lives of allergy sufferers, without detrimentally impacting the lives of everyone else, Julianne created a range of snack bars that are free from the top 14 allergens, whilst still beating her competitors on taste. With a range of 7 snack bars that cater for many different tastes, from classic desserts like Apple Pie to the more exotic like Ginger Teatox, Creative Nature is the treat you can totally trust. Her range has now won more Great Taste awards than any other competitor brand, ensuring these bars have mainstream tastes, whilst being safe for all.

 

Julianne has attracted a lot of media attention and won multiple awards due to the success of her products and the positive response from consumers. She is featured regularly on Sky News, BBC News, Radio 5 Live and in newspapers such as The Guardian, The Telegraph and The Daily Mail, speaking out about making the world safer for allergy sufferers and talking about small business issues. She is a Retail Ambassador for the Everywoman Awards and was included on this year’s Forbes Under 30 list, the most exclusive business awards for young entrepreneurs. She has also picked up regional, national and international awards in business and for her products, with one of her snack bars beating competition from the supermarket giants to win Best Sweet Snack at the Quality Food Awards. 

 

Julianne is also a mentor and motivational speaker around the world, having spoken at The Houses of Parliament, The Ritz, KPMG, Amazon, Google and many more, has completed the Goldman Sachs 10k Small Business program and recently successfully completed her first ever investment raise, getting over £500,000 for just over 6% equity, valuing Creative Nature at £6M.

 

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Steve Coburn

 

 

Steve Coburn

Managing Director of projectfive, the multi-award winning IT Support company from Camberley.  projectfive were established 17 years ago and work with over 250 local businesses, acting as their IT Department.  Well-known for their modern culture and local charity work, projectfive employ nearly 50 people and are proud to have won the National Technology Awards’ honour as The Best Outsourced IT Support company in the UK.  Steve is also the President of the Surrey Chambers of Commerce and a previous winner of the IoD’s Director of the Year award.

 

 

 Sue Courtney

On graduating, Sue has enjoyed a varied career within HR, Finance, Company Secretariat, Marketing and Events Management working for both SME and large blue chip organisations.  Over the last 10 years she has channelled her career focusing on  the marketing and management of both social and technical events in the corporate arena.  Recently joining the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce, Sue’s remit is to organise, support and manage events, sponsors and speakers to facilitate networking opportunities throughout Hampshire.

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Greg Melly

Greg Melly 

Senior Vice-President, Advancement and Community at the University of Surrey.  He is a member of the Executive Board and the University’s Council

 

Greg has responsibility for local partnerships (civic and civil), advancement, sponsorship of strategic projects (including the Learning Hotel and Blackwell), and championing other University initiatives including the wider engagement agenda.  The strategic thread of the function is around building the University’s engagement with civil and civic society and lifting the University’s reputation as an anchor institution, delivering impact, growth and social benefit locally as well as nationally. 

 

Greg has a commercial background, joining the University of Surrey from the private sector in 2002. He has worked in the banking, electricity, telecommunications and satellite industries in South Africa, UK and mainland Europe, and has an MBA from Henley Business School.

 

Greg moved to the UK in 1989 and spent five years with South Wales Electricity, working on privatisation, treasury management, project finance, and mergers and acquisitions.

 

In the mid-nineties Greg moved to Guildford as Managing Director in the start-up Cable Communications venture CableTel Surrey and Hampshire Limited. The company experienced a growth rate of around 10 per cent per month for the period of his leadership.

 

Greg then worked in mainland Europe in the satellite industry before joining the University, where he has delivered business efficiency initiatives, many large-scale capital and transformational programmes including the sale of spinout company SSTL, the formation of Surrey Sports Park and the strategic alliance with the National Physical Laboratory.