Monday, April 15, 2024

Streets Chartered Accountants backs awards celebrating family businesses

The not-for-profit Midlands Family Business Awards are back for the 12th year – backed by Streets Chartered Accountants.

Organised by third generation family business, The Wilson Organisation, the Midlands Family Business Awards gives family businesses the opportunity to be recognised for the contribution they make to the region.

Charlotte Perkins, Group Managing Director of The Wilson Organisation, said: “As a family business ourselves, we understand that these businesses operate in a unique way. According to the Family Business Research Foundation 2023 report, the sector is estimated to have contributed £225 billion to UK public finances in 2021.

“That’s a huge contribution to our public purse, as well as the local communities that they play a vital role in through employment and social value. We want to recognise, acknowledge and celebrate these accomplishments through our awards.”

Across 10 categories, family businesses across the Midlands can submit entries for free. All the shortlisted businesses are then eligible for the People’s Choice award which is determined by a public vote in September.

“With Streets Chartered Accountants’ longstanding association and reputation for looking after family businesses we are delighted to once again be supporting and sponsoring the Family Business Awards and in particular the People’s Choice category for 2024,” a spokesperson from Streets Chartered Accountants shared.

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