The High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise is Cheshire’s premier recognition platform for businesses of all sizes, from the private sector. The Cheshire High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise were founded by a former High Sheriff of Cheshire, Mr David Briggs MBE KstJ, in 2006.
The Awards, which recognise successful businesses across Halton, Warrington and Cheshire, highlight outstanding achievement by local companies with a turnover of at least £500,000 and between 5 and 250 employees. Entrants are judged by a panel of senior members of the Cheshire business community who all give their time voluntarily to these Awards. They are independent and objective and judge businesses on a range of criteria including enterprise, responsible business practice, innovation, excellence and export.
The Awards are presented at an annual Awards Evening. Previous guest speakers at the Awards have included Prof Phil Redmond CBE and Mrs Alexis Redmond MBE, Tom Bloxham MBE, Ross Warburton MBE, Dr Pete Waterman OBE, Malcolm Walker CBE, and John Timpson CBE.
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The Cheshire High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise are organised by the Business Research Institute
You can find out more about the awards on the webpage: Cheshire High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise