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Bright Purple selected as National Business Awards finalist

Bright Purple selected as National Business Awards finalist
Recruitment firm praised
IT and Financial Services Recruitment specialists Bright Purple Resourcing has received another UK accolade being short-listed for the National Business Awards in the Growth Strategy of the Year category.
The Awards, presented in partnership with Orange, unveiled a list of 2010 finalists which featured a broad range of organisations from the well-known Unilever, Camelot, Marks & Spencer, American Express, Coca Cola, The Co-Operative Group and Kwik Fit through to the rising stars of Ellas Kitchen, Freesat, Coffee Nation, Naked Wines as well as Bright Purple.
The Edinburgh-based company generated substantial growth in revenue over the last financial year after embarking on a bold expansion strategy focused on growth within the financial services sector. The firm took on new talent with expertise in the sector and beefed up its internal processes to grow clients and revenue, increasing turnover from 12m to over 18m and delivering a substantial rise in profits.
Finalists will presentations in person before an independent, expert judging panel from 20 September 6 October. 2010 winners will be unveiled at a glittering award ceremony on 9 November at the Grosvenor House hotel in London.
Commenting on Bright Purples awards submission, Philip Forrest, Chairman of National Business Awards Judges said: Bright Purple was duly rewarded a place in the National Business Awards finals as it has managed to maintain a strong growth profile during extremely challenging industry and economic circumstances. Many congratulations to the company, we look forward to learn more about the organisations route to excellence at the live judging in September.
Bright Purple Managing Director, Nick Price said: It is great news to be short-listed for these prestigious national awards and it tops what has been a really positive year for our business. It is a huge accolade for us to be in amongst such well established names such as Camelot, Cheapflights and Ramsden International. Along with the increase in revenue that we have generated on the back of our growth strategy, we are delighted to receive this recognition from the National Business Awards.
Martin Stiven, Vice President, Orange UK said: Orange has sponsored the National Business Awards for the past nine years and I am delighted that the calibre of entrants keeps on improving. It's been a tough couple of years for business but the UK's organisations have not let this stop them from delivering success. I'd like to congratulate all the finalists for being a real inspiration for what is possible in business.

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