Cheshire Business Awards
Mon 29 Apr
Deadline For Entries
Fri 7 Jun
Fri 11 Oct
Friday 4th October 2019
Black Tie and evening dress
As this is an historic venue it can be chilly at the start of the evening therefore ladies may want to bring a shawl.
Guests will be greeted with a welcome drink before being seated for dinner. The awards hosted by Lucy Meacock will commence after dinner and will announce the winners in each of the categories.
Leading Cheshire law firm, SAS Daniels LLP is delighted to be supporting the Cheshire Business Awards for the tenth consecutive year. As an established law firm, operating out of four locations across Cheshire, they have a strong grasp of the local economy and the key challenges that face regional businesses.
SAS Daniels works in partnership with many successful Cheshire businesses, led by Managing Partner Jeremy Orrell, who is ranked as an “outstanding individual” in his field of corporate law. The firm has recently celebrated an office move to the prominent 3 Vicar’s Lane in Chester city centre. The team is made up of experienced solicitors, who are specialists in their chosen field and go the extra mile to gain a real understanding of what each business client needs so as to be able to offer real added value. SAS Daniels see first-hand how Cheshire continues to be an exceptional place for businesses to achieve outstanding growth and success.
Kaye Whitby, Partner and Head of SAS Daniels’ Chester Office and the Commercial Team commented, “Cheshire continues to attract businesses who demonstrate an innovative approach to economic growth together with a workforce that exhibits a diversity of skill and expertise across many sectors. This consistent growth and success of Cheshire businesses makes the awards a sought after accolade and the prestigious ceremony brings together exceptional and diverse business people from across the region.
“We’re looking forward to learning more about the achievements of these businesses during this year’s judging process and we are proud to have supported the awards over the past decade.”