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Having just completed our fourth year of huge success, our prestigious awards have become a sought after accolade of achievement, an endorsement of your hard-work, determination and enterprise in business.  Winning an award that recognises your business offers exceptional marketing and PR opportunities as well as increasing your credibility and standing in the eyes of your peers and your customers. Of course, it feels pretty wonderful too!

FSB London Press Releases:


FSB London businesses shine at set piece Awards

Fifteen awards were handed out to businesses, entrepreneurs and young people at the 4th annual FSB London Business Awards at the Pullman Hotel in Kings Cross on Thursday evening.

The premier award for Overall winner of ‘Small business of the year’ went to The Work Crowd, who run an online platform to connect businesses with specialist freelancers.

Awards were also given to the best businesses in the boroughs of Brent, Merton, Redbridge and Havering.

The awards were also attended by The Mayor of London’s Deputy for Business, Rajesh Agrawal.   Rajesh gave the keynote address of the evening and pushed his focus onto the 200 strong business audience to back the #londonisopen handle to promote small businesses in the capital.

Steve Warwick, FSB London Regional Chair, Federation of Small Businesses, said:

“This was the best awards event we have hosted to date and demonstrated the variety, diversity and, quite simply, the very best of London’s small business community.  We wish all the winners, runners up and overall finalists every success with their businesses moving forward as these awards provide an excellent marketing platform to grow.”

 The full list of winners can be found here.


Cream of the capital crop announced at prestigious Awards
2016 FSB London Business Awards Winners Announced

A business that is providing a high quality digital platform that makes connecting the right projects with the right freelancers have been crowned the overall winner of the 2016 FSB London Business Awards.

The prestigious event, held at the iconic Pullman Hotel in St Pancras brought together leading small and medium sized firms who are the engine room of the capitals economy.

Now in their fourth year the high profile awards have become a sought after accolade of achievement, an endorsement of hard-work, determination and enterprise in business.

“Here at The Work Crowd we believe that good projects demand good people.” said Alice Weightman, Founder and CEO of The Work Crown pictured with colleague Madeleine Weightman receiving the Award from the FSB.

“Our work together connecting businesses and supporting business growth is seamless and stress-free and we are delighted to be recognized for our work tonight.”

Over 70 firms were shortlisted for the FSB London Business Awards where categories such as Best New Business and Business Innovation were awarded.

“In the globally competitive market that is London winning an FSB London Business Award has placed our winners at the top of their tree and we are delighted that a wonderful evening trumpeted so many people, businesses and success stories.” said Steve Warwick FSB London Chairman.

“Winning an award that recognises your business offers exceptional marketing and PR opportunities as well as increasing your credibility and standing in the eyes of your peers and your customers.”

The sponsors of the 2016 Awards were Pitney Bowes, London Borough of Redbridge, Pullman Hotel and Resorts, Haringey London, Middlesex University, Wenta, Merton Council, Brent Council, Talent HQ and Enfield Council.

“Britain’s small businesses are the driving force of our economy. For many of us, they’re a lifeline for our communities, too, so it’s crucial that they received the recognition they deserve. Sponsoring the FSB London Business Awards is a way for Pitney Bowes to offer our support and thanks to these amazing organisations.” Ryan Higginson, Vice President Global Inside Sales, SMB Solutions, Pitney Bowes, Headline Sponsor.

The winners of the FSB London Business Awards 2016 can be found here.

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