Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 20 December 2014

In Pictures: Greater Newry Area Business Awards 2013

Over 550 guests attended the Greater Newry Area Business Awards Ceremony in the Canal Court Hotel, organised by Newry Chamber of Commerce and Trade.

Best Commercial Premises Award Sponsored by Lagan Construction: Winners MJM Interiors - Brionn McConville MJM, Seamus Delvin Lagan Construction, Niamh McConville MJM Interiors
Best Commercial Premises Award Sponsored by Lagan Construction: Winners MJM Interiors - Brionn McConville MJM, Seamus Delvin Lagan Construction, Niamh McConville MJM Interiors
Best Export Award Sponsored by Invest NI: Joint Winners Horse First, Tanya Hughes Horse First, Mark Bleakney Invest NI, Terri Brosnan Horse First
Best Export Award Sponsored by Invest NI: Joint Winners Norbrook Laboratories Derek Rodgers Norbrook, Mark Bleakney Invest NI, Dr Cromie Norbrook
Best Customer Service Award, Service Sector: Winners The Fun House Sponsored by Firmus Energy, Rosemary Ennis The Funhouse, Angeline Sloan Firmus Energy, Brian Ennis The Funhouse
Best Excellence in People Development Award Sponsored by Newry & Mourne District Council: Winners St Joseph's Boys High School Newry, Hugh Mallon St Josephs High School, Mayor Michael Runane
Best Customer Service Award, Multiple Award, Sponsored by The Quays Shopping & Leisure Complex:Alison Dunne Specsavers, Colin Kavanagh The Quays
Best Customer Service Award, Independent Retailer, Sponsored by Newry Junior Chamber: Presented by Neil Logan to Winner Mr David Loughran Armatile
Best Retail Premises Award Sponsored by BT: Winner Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics - Left to Right Mary OHare Lush, Paul Convery BT and Bronagh McCullagh
Best Corporate Social Responsibilty Award Sponsored by Parkergreen International: Winners FPM Accountants LLP - Theresa Cambell FPM, Garrett O'Hare Parkergreen International

Hosted by Gerry Kelly, BBC, the event celebrated the very best that the Greater Newry Area business community has to offer and profiled the exceptionally high standard of business leadership, ambition, entrepreneurship and innovativeness which has become synonymous with the region.

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