The night began with fizz on arrival and an opportunity for guests to network before taking their seats for a specially chosen three course dinner.   Speeches were given by James Stoner, Managing Director – JSPC Computer Services and Martin Randall, Director for the Economy – Adur & Worthing Councils acknowledging everyone’s contribution, input and support to the local business community.

The Adur & Worthing Business Awards are organised by a committee of successful local business people.  These include Peter Webb and Nicky Dumbleton of Electronic Temperature Instruments, James Stoner of JSPC Computer Services, Keith & Gill Gallis of Seagull Travel, Tina Tilley and Tracie Davey of Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce and Angela Crane of Adur & Worthing Council.

Now in its twelfth year, the awards have become the feature business event across the area showcasing a thriving business community.  The 2019 Awards will take place on Friday 1st November and businesses interested in nominating themselves are invited to attend the official launch event, which will take place on 5th June from 5-7pm (venue to be confirmed). This special networking event will provide lots of useful information on the awards and business representatives will get the chance to chat to sponsors and mingle with former entrants and winners.

James Stoner said “These awards are an opportunity to celebrate the amazing number of successful businesses that we have here in Adur & Worthing.  Last year we had an exceptional mix from up and coming firms to major players who have all left their mark on the area and we expect more of the same in 2019”.

Tina Tilley of Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce commented “It is my privilege to once again be involved with the Adur & Worthing Business Awards.  The interest in the awards has been fantastic and a wide variety of businesses from across the area are excited about putting themselves forward in 2019.  We can’t wait to shout about the best of the best when it comes to business in Adur & Worthing”.

Full updates can be found on the dedicated website