Inntel announced as National Business Awards finalist

Inntel has today been shortlisted for the Blackberry Business Enabler of the Year for the 2014 National Business Awards. Inntel is one of the UK’s leading meeting and travel management agencies. Based in Essex, the company has combined extensive knowledge with outstanding customer service to produce record growth whilst enabling Inntel clients to become more efficient.

Going up against Outsourcery and Winmark they will compete for the prestigious award, with the winner being revealed at the National Business Awards gala dinner held on 11 November at Park Lane’s Grosvenor House Hotel in London.  

Simon Feary, CEO, Chartered Quality Institute, judge for the category said: “A mature business operating in a competitive marketplace, Inntel has some impressive clients and succeeds through a focus on their needs.”  

Douglas O’Neill, Managing Director said: “I am really proud that Inntel has been selected as a finalist and this is recognition of the immense effort my whole team has contributed.  Not only has this resulted in our most successful year yet but it reflects our constant drive to maximise the success of our clients.”  

Britain’s leading businesses, business leaders and social enterprises have today been revealed as finalists for the 2014 National Business Awards. The finalists announced today represent categories including the Smith & Williamson Entrepreneur of the Year, Santander Small to Medium-Sized Business of the Year and the Inflexion International Growth Business of the Year. The Ashridge Business School Leader of the Year finalists and Decade of Excellence winner will be announced over the coming months, with the Duke of York New Entrepreneur of the Year finalists announced last month following a judging event in Liverpool.  

This year’s shortlisted businesses cover activities as diverse as retail, technology, men’s grooming products, telecoms, construction, advertising, entertainment, and publishing. Of the businesses shortlisted, 24% turnover under £5m, 26% turnover between £5m and £25m, 15% over a billion and 10% not for profit organisations. The smallest business recognised has a turnover of just £23k with the largest reaching £20 billion. Finalists collectively employ over 850,000 people, the smallest has just one member of staff while the largest employs around 165,000 people globally.  

Alex Evans, Programme Director of the National Business Awards said: “The diversity and quality of this year’s finalists have firmly established the National Business Awards as the talent scout for UK plc, with market leading household names recognised alongside the best emerging business brands. With a variety of industries represented, these recovery-leading businesses have demonstrated the return on investment in people, innovation, customer service and leadership.”  

Finalists were chosen from the hundreds of businesses that entered or were nominated across 17 award categories. They will now prepare for live presentations to expert juries who will decide the overall winners that will be revealed at the awards ceremony on 11 November.

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