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ANNUAL DINNER AND AWARDS 2019


Excellence in Retail Sponsors: Bullring


Loki Wines


In seven years Loki Wine have been cited many times for being at the forefront of the independent drive in Birmingham that came out of the financial crisis in 2008. Loki have won every national industry award in the UK. They were the


first West Midlands merchant to win a national wine retail award. They were also the first UK merchant to win a clean sweep of UK wine merchant of the year in all six major national awards. They have been getting the basics right and ensuring that traditional


aspects such as service and knowledge are at the highest standard. They are proud of being accessible whether it is someone coming in to buy


a special bottle once a year, or the customer who always drinks fine wine. They have engrained themselves within the Birmingham community and credit this as being instrumental to their success.


Excellence in Technology & Innovation Sponsors: Millennium Point Managed Enterprise Technologies Ltd (METCloud)


The cyber security firm are driving forward with innovations and are currently collaborating with Birmingham City University (BCU) as part of the Big Data Corridor initiative to develop their own Artificial Intelligence (AI). The result will give METCloud a global advantage in cyber defence and


surveillance. Cyber criminals and Nation States are highly motivated and highly funded which is increasing the levels of sophistication and capability. AI will significantly help towards combatting this growing threat and in


turn help METCloud protect clients more effectively. METCloud protects organisations from the ever-increasing threat of


cybercrime and operational disruption caused by hackers, malware, ransomware and denial of service attacks. They say businesses are not yet fully aware of the extent of the threat


but predict this will change rapidly over the coming years and they are supported in this view by governments throughout the world.


Excellence in Training and Education Sponsors: Scholars School Systems


Services For Education


The charity, dedicated to providing music tuition for a wide range of organisations, including schools and local authorities, engages with 37,991 children in Birmingham each week, totalling 19 per cent of the school population. The School Support Service provides expert and professional training and development to teaching and support staff at every stage of their career in over 570 schools in Birmingham and the West Midlands. It is Birmingham’s largest contributor to education. It tackles unconventional issues rarely discussed with other training


providers and practices activities like healthy eating and mental health awareness. The Music Service is included because Services for Education


Excellence in Training and Education: Zahid Bhatti (Scholars School System), with winners Services for Education and Saqib Bhatti


appreciates the role music can play in wider academic achievement and because it understands the city’s needs. Without their affordable model with free instruments given to 380 schools, 40 per cent of Birmingham’s young people would be left behind.


Excellence in Technology and Innovation: Abbie Vlahakis (Millennium Point), Tom Gregg, Ian Vickers and Faz Shah (all METCloud), and Saqib Bhatti


Excellence in Retail: Nita Chambers (Bullring & Grand Central), Victoria Plant and David Walker (both Loki Wine), and Saqib Bhatti


Champions: All of the 2019 Chamber award winners


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