Taylor Made are proud to be sponsoring ‘Best Use of Technology’ for another year at the Solent Business Awards. This award recognises new technological and innovative ideas in their broadest sense, and champions the role that technology and innovation play in creating successful businesses across the Solent.
We are looking for the business that best demonstrates how a new technical innovation has achieved commercial success for the business, as well as contributed to the economic growth of the region.
The Solent Business Awards is now in its fourth year and has quickly become established as the premier multi-category awards scheme covering the entire South Coast and Solent. The awards evening is sponsored by some well-known businesses; KPMG, Natwest, Pitman’s Law, Vail Williams, James Cowper Kreston and of course Taylor Made.
David Murray, publisher of The Business Magazine, said: “These awards are aimed very much at the ‘top-end‘; they are prestigious trophies that attract entries from the very best companies. Our focus is to have a quality annual competition – and we are delighted that we have such strong support from our sponsors.”
The awards evening is being held at the Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton on Thursday 18th October. Pre-dinner drinks will commence at 6.15pm followed by dinner at 7pm.
Sally Taylor, who has been fronting BBC South Today for over three decades, will be hosting the evening. John Pienaar who will be a guest speaker at the awards evening is the BBC’s Deputy Political Editor and presenter of the weekly Westminster round-up Pienaar’s Politics on Radio 5Live.