Sunday, April 18, 2021

The EMBL Fastest 40 Awards 2017 – The Shortlists

Having reviewed all the entries, we are delighted to announce the shortlists for the East Midlands Business Link Fastest 40 Awards 2017.

Fastest in Tech & Creative – Sponsored by High Growth

Mary Baird-Wilcock, The Simplifiers
Tom Craig & Aaron Dicks, Impression
Ross Davies, Strafe Creative
Jon Martin, Hallam Internet
Sam Stoffel, Profit Accumulator
Rob Twells & Liam Nelson, Frogspark
Matt Wheatcroft, Purpose Media

Fastest in Professional Services – Sponsored by East Midlands Business Link

Jahid Ali, Spearing Waite
Kay Botley, Duncan & Toplis
Simon Browning, UHY Hacker Young
Zoe Dowthwaite, Flint Bishop
Ginny Hallam, Halborns
Sarah-Louise Wykes, Astute Recruitment

Fastest Restaurant and Bar – Sponsored by Poppleston Allen

Craig Bunting, BEAR
Sophie Green, The Cross Keys
Craig Poynter, The Bakehouse
Christian Wirizlay, The Pillar Box

Fastest Owner-Manager – Sponsored by Qdos Consulting

Tom Craig & Aaron Dicks, Impression
Mark Dryden, Box 09
Tim Emmony, MNE Accounting
Ed Hollands, DrivenMedia
Matt Wheatcroft, Purpose Media

Fastest in PropertySponsored by Cartwright Communications

Arran Bailey, ALB Investments
Graham Bancroft, BB&J Commercial
Tom Drew, LK2
James Roys, David James Estate Agents

An Overall Winner – sponsored by NTU Employability will be selected from the winners of each category.

The awards ceremony is set to take place on Tuesday 16th May, 4pm-6.30pm at Genting Casino Riverlights Derby. Complimentary drinks and canapés will be served on arrival. To register your attendance please visit the Eventbrite page.

We look forward to seeing you on the 16th – The EMBL team.

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