Knowsley Business Awards 2022 – Celebrating Business Success This year’s Knowsley Business Awards celebrated business success and achievements with hundreds of guests from across the North West. Returning after a two-year absence, due to the pandemic, this year’s ceremony was an evening bursting with celebration. Held at the Grand Marquee at Knowsley Safari, it was a celebration of Knowsley’s ambitious and flourishing business
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Housing Development of the Year This award gives you the opportunity to showcase the outstanding work you are doing in Knowsley and is open to all housing developers. This category includes new build, refurbished or transformative projects which demonstrate the positive impact that the development has had, for example on the community, environment, meeting the housing need. To be eligible for this award
Innovation Award This award recognises a company or organisation that has introduced new ideas, revolutionary products, processes, or services, or introduced digital innovation into the business. The pandemic forced changes in the way we do business and accelerated innovation which might otherwise have taken years; therefore, it will also recognise a company or organisation that remodelled its business and developed innovative solutions or
Community Award This award celebrates the outstanding local charities, organisations, groups, individuals and businesses who work tirelessly for the benefit of the local community. Often without reward, individuals and community groups work behind the scenes, changing places and changing lives. Knowsley want to shine the spotlight on their remarkable achievements. In shortlisting, judges will consider the evidence provided for the following:
Corporate Social Responsibility Award This award recognises companies and organisations that have made a positive impact on society through their innovative and sustainable CSR initiatives during the last 2 years, which is above and beyond normal operations and not part of the ‘day job’. Recognising that Knowsley is “Better Together” the award will recognise a business or organisation that has a stand-out CSR
Contractor of the Year Celebrating contractors based in Knowsley or those working on a Knowsley project who can demonstrate excellent performance in their field and added value to a project or development scheme. Judges will look for evidence of the contribution to the Knowsley £, quality of the people, processes and projects for which the contractor was responsible. They will seek examples of
Apprentice/Employee of the Year This award recognises an inspirational apprentice or employee. An individual who has helped to shape and contribute to the success of a business or organisation, made outstanding progress to date and shows great potential for the future. All information will be treated in the strictest confidence. Should the nominee be shortlisted personal information will not be disclosed at the
Commercial Development Award This award gives you the opportunity to showcase the outstanding work you are doing in Knowsley and is open to all commercial developers. This category includes investment in a site that has been acquired for development or a new build, refurbished or transformative scheme which demonstrate the positive impact that the investment/development has had, for example on the community, environment,
Best Newcomer Award Recognising the importance of businesses choosing Knowsley as their location, this award is open to all businesses that have commenced trading from January 2020 or located to Knowsley in the last 2 years. Applications are invited from businesses operating in any sector and can be private, public or third sector organisations. In shortlisting, judges will consider the evidence
Green Award This award recognises a company or organisation that is committed to reducing their carbon emissions and impact on the environment, and the steps being taken to make a positive contribution towards achieving net zero. In shortlisting, judges will consider the evidence provided for the following (this may include quantitative and qualitative information or data): Environmental good practice. For