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Belfast Telegraph Business Awards 2016: Finalists for this year's event are revealed


The Belfast Telegraph Business Awards judges

The Belfast Telegraph Business Awards judges

The Belfast Telegraph Business Awards judges

The Belfast Telegraph Business Awards in association with British Airways 2016 are fast approaching. We've had a high standard of entries this year so whittling down our entrants to a shortlist has been a tough job for our panel of judges. But here are the lucky finalists who'll find out if they've won at a glittering ceremony in the Culloden Hotel next Thursday night.

Excellence in Marketing

Danske Bank

Galgorm Resort and Spa

Victoria Square

Women In Business


Excellence in Exporting sponsored by FedEX

AJ Power Ltd

EDGE Innovate

Mash Direct

Sixteen South


Excellence in the Development of Management and Leadership sponsored by Department for Employment and Learning


Johnston Campbell


Excellence in Innovation sponsored by Federation of Small Businesses

Henderson Group

Nu-Track Ltd

The Lava Group


Best Use of Digital and/or Social Media sponsored by Saville Audio Visual




Young Businessperson of the Year sponsored by ALMAC

Connaire McGreevy - CTS Projects & Mourne Mountains Brewery

Nuala Campbell - Titanic Creative Management


Best Small/Medium Business sponsored by Tughans

M&M Contractors

McAtamney's Butchers

McCombs Coach Travel

Sixteen South

Upstream Ltd


Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Sponsored by Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council

Ground Espresso Bars

Henderson Wholesale Ltd

The Good Little Company


Outstanding Contribution to the Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Crumlin Road Gaol

James St South

Todds Leap

For further information on the awards contact Sarah Weir (JPR) on mail@jprni.com or call 028 9076 0066

The gala awards dinner will take place on Thursday, April 21, at the Culloden Hotel, Holywood. A table of 10 is £1,200 plus VAT and individual places are £130 plus Vat.


Kirsty McManus, Head of Business Development at Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Eleanor McAvoy managing director Budget Energy, professor Neil Gibson Director of the Ulster University Economic Policy Centre, Raymond McNair, Finance Director, George Best Belfast City Airport, Paul Terrington, NI Regional Leader, PWC, Brenda Morgan, Partnership Manager British Airways. Front Row

Ann McGregor, CEO Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry, John Simpson Chairman and Colin Stutt, Colin Stutt Consulting

Belfast Telegraph