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Announcing the Midlands Family Business Awards 2019

Midlands Family Business Awards, the only independent and not for profit awards of its kind is celebrating its tenth anniversary this November.

Organised and backed by Nottingham-based UK top 100 Insurance Broker and Financial Adviser Wilson Organisation – who are also a third-generation family business – the awards celebrate and recognise the success, achievements and innovations of family-run businesses.

Group managing director of The Wilson Organisation, Charlotte Perkins, said: “Since we started on this incredible journey in 2010, our aim has been to shine a light on the region’s talented and successful family businesses and to play our part in creating a community of like-minded and supportive individuals.

“The awards have grown year on year, and I think that is [a] testament to the volume and calibre of brilliant firms in our region and the fact that family businesses embrace celebrating their own success and that of others.

“We are proud to be in our tenth year – which is a real milestone – and we look forward to once again welcoming entries and meeting those businesses at the dinner later in the year. We also have a few fun surprises for our finalists and guests to get involved with on the evening. More details in due course!”

The awards feature 10 categories including Family Business of the Year, Fastest Growing Family Businesses and Employer of the Year.

This year’s black-tie awards dinner will take place on the 7th of November at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium, attracting over 300 guests including awards finalists, independent judges and sponsors.

Submissions open on the 3rd of May, with nominations running until 12th July.

To cast your vote and for more information, please visit the awards website.

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