Local business people gathered to celebrate the 2019 Bromley Business Awards at a glittering ceremony at Oakley House, Bromley Common last Thursday night (7 November). See all the event photos here
Hosted by FHW Events & Marketing, in association with headline sponsor Your Bromleys, and supported by The Galdes and the London Borough of Bromley, the 2019 Bromley Business Awards aimed to recognise and reward the achievements of the local business community across the whole Borough of Bromley.
Beginning with a drinks’ reception, guests from the local business world met and networked with each other before being treated to a sumptuous three-course gala dinner, followed by the awards ceremony itself.
David Blackmore, broadcaster and presenter of ITV’s This Morning, hosted the ceremony, with awards presented by category sponsors in front of an audience of over 200 people from across the local business community.
Awards were presented in twelve categories, including employer of the year, best restaurant, innovator of the year, best green business and best independent business. All category winners were put forward for the coveted title of overall ‘Business of the Year’.
The Business of the Year award was presented to Churchill Theatre, who were also Best New Business category winner.
Social Media – Ruxley Manor
Best Business for Customer Service – Better Driving School
Entrepreneur of the Year – Johnny Patterson, Dr PawPaw
Best Charity or Social Enterprise – Westmeria Counselling
Best New Business – The Administration Hub
Employer of the Year – Bromley Court Hotel
Best Business with under 50 employees - Chislehurst Chiropractic
Best Business with over 50 employees - McDonalds (BEAP Restaurants)
Independent Business of the Year – Brownhill Insurance Group
Innovator of the Year – Appearances Aesthetics
Best of Bromley Town Centre – Churchill Theatre
Best Eatery – Shampan 2
Best Green Business - Maintenant Sustaining Now
Best Business for Training & Development - Barrel & Horn
Overall Business of
the Year – Churchill Theatre