Sellick Partnership nominated for City of Manchester Business Awards 2015
“To be nominated for such an important award is great recognition of the engagement which the Sellick Partnership team has with business community in the Manchester business, having been established since 2002," said Jo Sellick, managing director of Sellick Partnership.
The nomination was submitted in response to Sellick Partnership’s commitment to organising events for the local business community, including Manchester professionals football league and Manchester professionals cricket league, which raise money for St Ann’s Hospice and The Lords Taverner’s charities. The company is also an influential member of the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo).
Sellick Partnership has enjoyed robust business performance in the 2014/15 financial year, with a significant increase in revenues following a rejuvenation of the legal and financial sectors. The company has recently announced a profits target of £1m within 2 years and has plans to open a seventh office in London and grow staff numbers to 75 during 2015. Business performance is driven by Sellick Partnership’s continued investment in its team, it achieved Investors in People Silver accreditation in 2013, ISO:9001 accreditation in 2014 and appeared in the London Stock Exchange 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain in 2013-14. Sellick Partnership places great importance on the internal culture, hosting vibrant teambuilding events three times a year.
Category winners will be decided via a voting process, which closes on Friday 20th February. Votes can be cast at the dedicated site at http://www.downtowninbusiness.com/manchester/events/city-manchester-business-awards-2015/city-manchester-business-awards-2015-voting/.
The City of Manchester Business Awards are organised by the Downtown In Business Networking group, in partnership with Manchester City Council. The awards ceremony will take place at Manchester Cathedral on the evening of Thursday 26th March and the evening is set to attract over 300 local business leaders.