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Our best businesses are recognised at awards

Published 26/04/2016

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 21st April 2016 - Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.
Belfast Telegraph Business Awards in association with British Airways at the Culloden Hotel.
Belfast Telegraph Businessperson of the Year sponsored by British Airways
Winner - Businessperson of the year Brian McConville is presented with his award fromÊKeith Chuter , British Airways Sales Manager Ireland & UK Regions
Also pictured is Christine Wright and Jayne Deasy from British Airways.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 21st April 2016 - Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye. Belfast Telegraph Business Awards in association with British Airways at the Culloden Hotel. Belfast Telegraph Businessperson of the Year sponsored by British Airways Winner - Businessperson of the year Brian McConville is presented with his award fromÊKeith Chuter , British Airways Sales Manager Ireland & UK Regions Also pictured is Christine Wright and Jayne Deasy from British Airways.

The Northern Ireland business community had a night of celebration for the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards In Association with British Airways 2016.

There were 10 category winners at the glittering ceremony which took place in the Culloden Hotel on Thursday — as well as three winners of special awards.

Brian McConville, the chairman of fit-out firm MJM Group in Newry, was presented with the award for Overall Business of the Year by Keith Chuter, Ireland and UK sales manager for British Airways, joined by airline ambassadors Jayne Deasy and Christine Wright.

A special souvenir supplement profiling the winners and highly commended firms will be free with the Belfast Telegraph on Thursday.

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