We have for the second year running been nominated for a prestigious award that recognises small businesses up and down the country for their growth, creativity and commitment to their local communities.
This year we have been nominated for the 'Heart of Gold' award for the business that contributes most to their community at The Small Awards.
From bricks and mortar retailers to innovation-led start-ups, social enterprise champions to supply line legends, businesses from across all sectors have a chance of awards glory at this year's ceremony.
Winners of The Small Awards will be crowned at an event on 9th May at Marylebone's historic St Mary's church. There are eleven categories, all highlighting the vibrancy of the UK's small business sector which turns over £1.9 trillion each year.
The full list of categories at The Small Awards 2019 includes:
- Digital Star for best digital only business
- High Street Hero for best high street business
- Heart of Gold for the business that contributes most to its community
- Legacy Award for best family business
- Mission Possible for best social enterprise
- New Kid On The Block for best start-up less than 18-months-old
- Supply Chain Champion for best B2B supplier
- Sole to Sole for best self-employed small business owner
- Bricks and Clicks for best multi-channel small business
- At Your Service for best small service business
Paul Levy, senior partner at LG, said: “All of the partners and staff at LG are delighted to be shortlisted for the 'Heart of Gold' award at the Small Awards, especially against some stiff competition. If we win, this award will acknowledge the hard work and commitment of everyone in the firm, especially in giving back to our local community and I'd like to thank them all for their contribution towards it. Fingers crossed for the win!”
Michelle Ovens MBE, Founder of The Small Awards said: “The Small Awards celebrates the huge contribution that the UK's 5.6 million small businesses make to the economy and broader society across the country. There are huge numbers of small businesses doing great things, making great products and excelling in customer service, and they all deserve recognition. I am proud that there is now a spotlight on vibrant, dynamic and exciting UK businesses such as Lawrence Grant Chartered Accountants.”
About The Small Awards
The Small Awards is an awards programme for UK small businesses, now in its third year. Launched in 2017 and sponsored by Indeed and TSB, it focuses on recognising businesses often overlooked by other awards.