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Surrey Business Awards 2008/09: And the winners are...

PUBLISHED: 13:08 11 April 2012 | UPDATED: 15:51 20 February 2013

All of the Surrey Business Award winners with Nicholas Owen

All of the Surrey Business Award winners with Nicholas Owen

Surrey's most successful businesses gathered for a gala dinner at the Savill Court Hotel in Egham to learn the names of the 2008/2009 Surrey Business award winners

Surrey's most successful businesses gathered for a gala dinner at the Savill Court Hotel in Egham to learn the names of the 2008/2009 Surrey Business award winners.



The awards were presented by BBC presenter and Reigate resident, Nicholas Owen, and the event was attended by the Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, as well as nine of the county's mayors.







See all the pictures from this year's awards



Click here to view the souvenir Surrey Business Awards 2008/2009 winners brochure



And, look out for a special business awards special in May's Surrey Life magazine. Were you there? Let us know what you thought of the awards by e-mailing editor@surreylife.co.uk









Surrey Business Awards 2008/2009 winners...




Marketing Award - sponsored by Midnight Communications



Winner: PNPR



Runners-up: Guildford Spectrum Leisure Complex, Bradley Dyer Group,



Best Employer Award - sponsored by South West Trains



Winner: Guildford Spectrum Leisure Complex



Runners-up: Specsavers, CBSbutler



Creative Industries Award - sponsored by Business Link, University College for the Creative Arts and Surrey Economic Partnership



Winner: alloy ltd



Runners-up: BOILEROOM, Big Yellow Feet Ltd



Business Waste Minimisation Award - sponsored by Surrey County Council



Winner: The Cookie Man Ltd



Runners-Up: Biocompatibles UK Ltd, Allianz Insurance



Leisure and Tourism Award - sponsored by Visit Surrey



Winner: The Lightbox



Runners-Up: Asperion, The Wiremill



Customer Service Award - sponsored by Barlow Robbins LLP Solicitors and Institute of Customer Service



Winner: Surrey Waste Management



Runners-Up: Barnett Hill, P & P Glass Ltd



Innovation in Business - sponsored by Royal Mail



Winner: IDBS



Runners-Up: PNPR, Innovate Services Ltd



International Business Award - sponsored by HSBC



Winner: Europa Technologies



Runners-Up: Johnston Sweepers Ltd, Quest Worldwide



Small Business Award - sponsored by Surrey Mirror



Winner: The Lightbox



Runners-Up: Memset, Europa



Surrey Business Person of the Year -sponsored by Surrey Life



Winner: Manny Sawhney - Asperion



Runners-Up: Kate Craig Wood - Memset, Warren Vick - Europa Technologies, Mark Eaton - Amnis, Kate Lester - Diamond Logistics



Surrey Company of the Year - sponsored by Deloitte



Winner: Johnston Sweepers Ltd



Runners-Up: Aquilaheywood, Elliott Thomas Ltd, Innovate Services Ltd








See all the pictures from this year's awards



And, look out for a special business awards special in May's Surrey Life magazine. Were you there? Let us know what you thought of the awards by e-mailing editor@surreylife.co.uk






















































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