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Integra People named Small Business of the Year

Integra People named Small Business of the Year

Warrington-based recruitment company, Integra People, has shaken off stiff competition to scoop Small Business of the Year at the Cheshire Business Awards 2010.

Sponsored by Royal Mail, the award, which was originally shortlisted to three companies, was given to Integra after they impressed the judges with their outstanding performance over the last two years.

Formed in 2008, Integra, who are only in their second full year of business have steadily grown into one of Cheshires leading recruitment agencies, specialising in the construction, energy, engineering, telecoms and rail sectors.

Wendy Martin, Senior External Relations Manager of the Royal Mail Group, said: Integra People were chosen because of their specialist and unrivalled knowledge of their niche sectors and the quality of the service they provide.

The judges were highly impressed by their financial performance over the last year and the winning testimonials and comments made by their clients.

David Lewis, Managing Director of Integra People, said: When we first started the business two years ago, we knew we were in for a challenge but every step of the way we have sought to propel the business forward.

We have a great team of experienced industry professionals, provide quality standards and procedures and only supply our clients with the best service possible.
We are thrilled to have won this award as it really does make all our hard work worth it. We hope to continue our success and build on our achievements next year.

The awards, hosted annually by the Trinity Mirror Group, recognise business excellence and seek to reward companies and individuals who make a vast contribution to the community.

Held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Chester, the glittering ceremony was attended by over 150 guests and compeered by ITV Journalist, Lucy Meacock.
The esteemed judges included Eric Langton, Editor in Chief of the Chester Chronicle, Julie Walley, from Howard Worth Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors, Professor Phil Harris, Executive Dean of the Business School at the University of Chester, John Nicholson, Strategic Director of Places at Cheshire East Council, John Newton-Jones, Chairman of Chester Chamber of Commerce and Councillor John Ebo of Cheshire West and Chester Council.


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