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TV call centre needs your vote for prestigious business award
The Save Britain Money group, subject of BBC3’s The Call Centre series are the only Welsh firm nominated in the first annual British Young Business Awards (BYBAs) to be held in London next week.
By: Save Britain Money
The group, headed by Nev Wilshire, has picked up a hat trick of nominations in the categories of: Best Marketing, Best Employer and Best Large Business.
The Swansea-based company was recognised as one of Britain’s fastest growing companies in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 last year and also claimed the number two spot in the Sunday Times 100 Best Places to Work 2013. In both instances, it was one of the few Welsh companies to be recognised.
The BYBAs will be the first show of its kind to recognise the achievements of the most successful, influential and exciting young entrepreneurs and businesses across the country. The awards cover small, medium and large companies across different sectors including financial services, marketing & PR and telecommunications.
Neville Wilshire, CEO of the Save Britain Money Group said: “It fantastic to be nominated for another industry award and we are proud to once again represent wales on a national stage, I am dusting off my tux and looking forward to a good night at the Mayfair Hotel.
The BYBAs are meant to recognise the economical importance of the most successful British entrepreneurs and business and it is an honour to be recognised as one of them.
We need votes from the public to win this one but I’m hoping that we can continue the success we have had over the past couple of years.”
Voting takes 2 minutes and can be done at http://www.invinciblebusiness.com/
Secretary of State for Business and Innovation Vince Cable MP will give the keynote address to an audience including some of the UK’s most influential entrepreneurs at the award ceremony on 12th August.
The award show will be broadcast on The Business Show on Information TV (Sky channel 191).