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Belfast Telegraph Business Awards: A salute to the firms that help business thrive

Consultancy firm Begbies Traynor is sponsoring this year's Outstanding Service to Business award. Boss Joan Houston explains why they're getting involved

Begbies Traynor is delighted to be part of the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards and proud to be sponsor of the Outstanding Service to Business award this year.

It is our privilege to work with businesses that are ambitious and focused on how to develop and grow.

The firm's decision to back the Outstanding Service to Business category is firmly based on its role to provide this degree of support to its clients.

Begbies Traynor is a long-established practice with a head office in Manchester and an office in Belfast among its 35 offices across the UK.

As a specialist professional services consultancy that works alongside company advisers to enhance the service they provide to their clients, we work with businesses across the entire spectrum of industry and services and are very experienced in what makes them tick.

The dynamic drivers in any business will be dictated by the circumstances in which they operate and how to achieve success in the face of many adversities.

The expertise we have helps to make companies grow and also to resolve their challenges to achieving that growth.

Our experience tells us that it is only by giving dedicated commitment and service to business that you can make it flourish and grow.

With this award, winners will have demonstrated their focus on the management, financial control and markets that underpin their business and the winner will have shown how it has exploited its business opportunities.

Begbies Traynor provides a range of restructuring, corporate finance and forensic investigation services.

Working across all the business sectors in Northern Ireland has revealed to us the breadth of talent and enthusiasm there is out there.

From my experience, I have seen many businesses in difficult and challenging situations work tirelessly to adapt to changing conditions and markets.

As we face improvements in the economy, the potential for growth and development matures and businesses need to show tenacity and constantly review how they adapt and change to tap into that opportunity.

Business growth has been in hibernation for some time in our economy but there are always companies and individuals who are outstanding in how they work and deliver under pressure.

As we restructure businesses on a regular basis, we are experts on how to make business fit for the future.

Our expertise to deal with complex situations and provide robust and flexible solutions has identified that there is often no real substitute for strong leadership and sheer hard work.

An award for Outstanding Service to Business recognises this type of contribution.

This award is important to the Northern Ireland economy as differentiators need to be highlighted and applauded for their contribution to the business community and the economy.

It is important to celebrate the success of those who give outstanding service to businesses.

We are therefore pleased to encourage and support the nominees for this award in recognition of the massive contribution they make.

CLOSING DATE FOR AWARDS

The closing date for submissions to the 2014 Belfast Telegraph Business Awards in association with British Airways is 12pm on Thursday, February 13. For further details visit www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business-awards. A table of 10 is £900+Vat and individual places are £100+Vat. For further information or to book a table contact Sarah Weir (JPR) on 028 9076 0066 or email mail@jprni.com. Twitter: @beltel_business and the #beltelawards

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