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Business News ...from page 7


Excellence in Customer Service Sponsors: South & City College Birmingham


CV Library Every client receives a detailed Service Level Agreement and is assigned a dedicated Client Response Co-ordinator, who offers site training, advice on job posting and tips on how to research the company candidate database effectively. The Broad Street firm have experienced consistent year-on-year growth and last year increased revenue. They are continually looking for new ways to target both job hunters and potential clients.


Excellence in Hospitality Sponsors: Pure Data Centres Group


Millennium Point This Eastside keynote building in Curzon Street, Birmingham, houses Think Tank, Birmingham Science Museum and tenants with interests in education, science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Turnover and growth at the 500,000 sq ft venue, which launched the regeneration of Eastside in 2001, has increased over the past three years. With heavy investment in staff, the turnover of events and hospitality doubled in 2016-17.


Excellence in International Business Sponsors: Arup


Addfield Environmental Systems Ltd The manufacturer of incinerators and cremators, based in Burntwood Business Park, Staffordshire, has performed strongly throughout the UK and internationally. Addfield provide machines to over 100 countries with a reputation for reliability and quality. Customers get full after-sales support globally and they are becoming major international players, including transforming the way medical waste is handled in developing countries.


Excellence in Manufacturing Sponsor: Universal Document Solutions Ltd


Addfield Environmental Systems Ltd The manufacturer of incinerators and cremators makes all of their products, from the smallest pet cremation machine to the largest municipal waste management plant, at their facilities in Burntwood. Build excellence is maintained through design, construction and components. Staffing has grown and this year the company aims to double its turnover.


Excellence in Sales and Marketing Sponsors: Scholars School System


Selfridges Birmingham Last year was the store’s most successful with the largest sales and profit since opening. This year the iconic Bullring store is predicted to beat this growth again despite the ever-challenging high street, an expanding city centre and increasing competition. International customer growth continues, with visitors from China increasing 60 per cent. The store has a creative marketing calendar with a large number of live events in-store.


Excellence in Technology and Innovation Sponsors: JACOBS


Crown Highways The construction business, based at Queen’s Drive Industrial Estate in Burntwood, Staffordshire, specialises in highways infrastructure, including drainage, lighting, signs and technology. Their technology and innovation is designed to reduce the negative impact on millions of road users by reducing delays and risk. A major project is reducing traffic management on the roads by introducing technology that will cut the number of cones on the roads. It is also working on the technology that will be needed by drivers of electronic cars.


Excellence in Training and Education Sponsors: Wesleyan


Millennium Point The company launched the regeneration of Birmingham’s Eastside with a commitment to promote STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education and training. It has created Work Point units for start-up enterprises and Connect, an events suite and Auditorium, which features one of the largest projection screens in the West Midlands. Birmingham’s first park in 130 years fronts the building, which will also overlook the HS2 station.


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