November 24, 2021 | News
Surrey Research Park tenant, Gold-i has been crowned the winner of the Surrey Business Award 2021 for Business Innovation. The award was presented by BBC news anchor and the first-ever winner of Strictly Come Dancing, Natasha Kaplinsky.
Surrey Business Awards celebrate the best of business in Surrey. This year saw a record-breaking number of nominations for each category, with hundreds of applicants whittled down to just sixty finalists across 16 categories.
Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i commented:
“We are thrilled to have won Surrey Business Awards’ Business Innovation Award. Innovation has always been at the heart of Gold-i, and over the last 13 years, we have continually focused on pushing boundaries in order to remain a market leader in our industry. Winning this award for outstanding innovation over the last year is a fantastic achievement.”
Fiona Graves, Events Director at Platinum Media Group and organiser of the awards, added:
“The Awards, now in their third year, attracted an excellent mix of applications from all business sizes and sectors, with the standard of applications being very high. I’d like to congratulate all the winners and shortlisted finalists of this year’s awards.”
The judging panel was made up of business experts from a variety of industries including representatives from NatWest, Mazars, Partridge Muir & Warren, projectfive, RSM, Surrey Business School, Surrey County Council, Surrey Research Park, Verlingue Ltd, BNI Surrey, Greatest Hits Radio Surrey & Hampshire, Hilton Woking, Surrey Chambers of Commerce, Sandown of Mercedes-Benz, Surrey Business Magazine and Charles Russell Speechlys.
For a list of all winners, please click here.