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Celebration for Focus as its client is named award finalist


Arts and heritage experts at Focus Consultants are celebrating the news that one of the museums the company has worked with has been named a finalist in the world’s biggest museum award. Focus was project manager for


the recent redevelopment at Brooklands Museum – one of the UK’s most historically significant sites for motoring, aviation and engineering. Now it has been revealed that


2018 category – the biggest museum prize in the world. Focus has also worked with two


previous winners of the award, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter, which won in 2013, and the V&A Museum in London, which took the top prize in 2016. Partner at Focus Consultants


the museum is one of five finalists in the Art Fund Museum of the Year


Further recognition for inspirational law firm ‘Focus Consultants was proud to have played a


Ellie Clarke said: “News that Brooklands Museum has been shortlisted as one of five finalists in the prestigious Art Fund Museum of the Year award is fantastic. It’s the biggest museum prize in the


key role in the redevelopment at the museum’


National law firm Roythornes Solicitors has been recognised for its business growth and successes over the past 12 months having been named one of London Stock Exchange Group’s (LSEG) 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain for the second year in a row. Roythornes is the only law firm


Vember Mortlock 14 business network June 2018


in the East Midlands to make the list, and one of six nationally. 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain is LSEG’s celebration of some of the


fastest-growing and most dynamic SMEs in the UK and Europe. To be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their industry peers. Vember Mortlock, Managing


Director of Roythornes, said: “We’re delighted to have kept our place on the LSEG’s list following what has been an exciting 12 months for the firm, including a new office


opening in Alconbury and an office move to more modern premises in Peterborough. “Of the 1,000 businesses, only 13


law firms are listed and to be included as one of those is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team. It also demonstrates that there are strong and inspirational businesses based outside of the capital that are able to provide a truly national level of service and expertise.”


world and a huge achievement to have made it to the final. “Focus Consultants was proud to


have played a key role in the redevelopment at the museum, project managing the scheme and also helping to secure almost £5.5m from The National Lottery for the Brooklands Aircraft Factory and Race Trace Revival project. “As a company that has wide


experience of supporting arts and heritage organisations with developments and exhibitions, we are thrilled that this is the third museum we have worked with which has made it to the finals of the Art Fund Museum of the Year award in the past six years. It is great recognition for our clients and a ringing endorsement for the work we undertake in this sector.”


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