Two North West businesses, who joined forces to save SMEs money on their business energy bills, have been shortlisted in three separate categories at this year’s SME Awards.
Bolton based business electricity and gas comparison service, Love Energy Savings have been shortlisted for the Best SME to Work In category; a testament to the amount of time and effort they have recently invested designing their new offices as a result of doubling their workforce in just 6 short months.
Their partner, Chester based Businesscomparison.com, have also been successfully nominated for the Best SME Website and Start-up: One to Watch categories, showing that this dynamic duo is really working hard to make life easier for business customers when it comes to cost saving through price comparison.
The SME Awards are designed to recognise those businesses who are best in class; businesses which show ambition, tenacity and innovation in their chosen sector.
Commenting on the nomination, Phil Foster, MD of Love Energy Saving said:
“We are incredibly proud to be nominated for this award which reflects just how much effort we have been putting into making Love Energy Savings a great place to work.
“The happiness of our employees and partners is of paramount importance to us and we are pleased that is finally being recognised. After undergoing such rapid growth at the beginning of this year, we believe it is a very exciting time for us and we’re looking forward to the future.”
Phillip Brennan, Head of Businesscompaison.com commented:
“This is the recognition our team deserves. They’ve worked tirelessly over the past year to form new partnerships, redesign the site and launch a successful radio and taxi advertising marketing campaign.
“We want to create a culture of saving money for small to medium sized businesses, and being shortlisted for these awards is a fantastic part of our journey towards doing that.”
The winners in each category will be announced at Grosvenor House in Park Lane, London on 23rd June
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