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Nick Rose wins at the Stockport Business Awards

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The Stockport Business Awards, held on the 2nd October was another fantastic evening celebrating Stockport’s leading businesses and individual talent.

Stockport Business Awards at the Hallmark Hotel, Wilmslow.Held at the Hallmark Hotel, the Stockport Business Awards organised by local accountants Clarke Nicklin is now recognised as one of the main business events of the year in Stockport, as contenders wait with baited breath to find out who will be crowned cream of the crop in each of the 13 categories.

Representing Midshire at this year’s awards was Regional Sales Manager, Nick Rose who was nominated and crowned victor in the category ‘Young Business Person of the Year’, beating off some tough competition.

This is the second major award for Nick, who was crowned Manchester Champion at the Made In Manchester Awards earlier this year.

Stockport Business Awards at the Hallmark Hotel, Wilmslow.

Nick has been instrumental in fundraising for local charities such as Francis House Children’s Hospice over the past 18 months. Money has been raised through the F72 world record breaking football event and more recently the Can You Sing Manchester? singing competition.

Nick commented:

“It’s a massive honour for me to be named Stockport’s Young Business Person of the Year.
 
Midshire provides young people with the perfect platform to express themselves, and to achieve their goals.
 
I’ve been lucky enough to benefit from this since joining the company at 19 years old, and I look forward to seeing our junior members of staff follow a similar path.
 
It’s fantastic to see our growth as a business recognised, and I’m delighted to accept the award on behalf of our amazing team.”

Stockport Business Awards at the Hallmark Hotel, Wilmslow.

 

 

 

 

 

A host of awards were presented to the best business talent in the region. The full list of winners is noted below.

• The Award for Most Innovative Business: Innova Design Solutions
Sponsored by Marketing Stockport

• Most Promising Young Business: Indian Tiffin Room
Sponsored by Leemic

• Business Person of the Year: Alasdair Gleed, DJS Research
Sponsored by Clarke Nicklin Chartered accountants

Young Business Person of the Year: Nick Rose, Midshire Business Systems
Sponsored by Clarke Nicklin financial planning

• Employer of the Year: Rowlinson Knitwear
Sponsored by Stockport College

• Best Not for Profit Organisation: Borough Care
Sponsored by Inspired Recruitment

• Independent Retailer of the Year: Lord of the Pies
Sponsored by Stockport Express

• Best International Trade Company: Hughes Safety Showers
Sponsored by MAN Diesel and Turbo

• The Award for Developing Young People: Cheshire Scaffolds
Sponsored by Ashcroft Creative Design

• Business of the Year (Up to £1m): Essential Personnel
Sponsored by Gorvins Solicitors

• Business of the Year (£1-5m): DJS Research
Sponsored by Orbit Developments

• Business of the Year (Over £5m): Allied Bakeries
Sponsored by NatWest

• The Special Recognition Award: Tom Hogg, co-founder, CDL
Sponsored by SMBC

Event Headline Sponsors: Gorvins Solicitors, Orbit Developments and Natwest.