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The Belfast Telegraph celebrates business successes

By Staff Reporter

Published 30/04/2015

Ahead of the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards are (from left) judges Brenda Morgan of main sponsor British Airways, Kirsty McManus and Neil Gibson, both from the University of Ulster, chairman John Simpson, Katy Best from Belfast City Airport, Alastair Hamilton of Invest NI, Jackie Henry from Deloitte and Ann McGregor from the Chamber of Commerce — along with Margaret Canning from the Belfast Telegraph
Ahead of the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards are (from left) judges Brenda Morgan of main sponsor British Airways, Kirsty McManus and Neil Gibson, both from the University of Ulster, chairman John Simpson, Katy Best from Belfast City Airport, Alastair Hamilton of Invest NI, Jackie Henry from Deloitte and Ann McGregor from the Chamber of Commerce — along with Margaret Canning from the Belfast Telegraph

The Belfast Telegraph Business Awards in association with British Airways takes place in the Culloden Hotel tonight.

Brenda Morgan, partnership manager for British Airways Northern Ireland, said the airline was delighted to be primary sponsor for the third year running. "With over 90 years of expertise in serving customers and catering for their needs, BA is committed to serving the local business community and recognising the outstanding performances of companies, whose approaches to business have become a vital key to Northern Ireland's economic growth and success.

"We have a great prize giveaway on this evening of a return pair of tickets to Hong Kong as well as luxury accommodation for the lucky winner."

Richard McClean, managing director of Belfast Telegraph parent company Independent News and Media (NI), said: "We are looking forward to the biggest night in the business awards calendar. We are grateful to all who have supported our awards and I send my best wishes to all those shortlisted."

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