Winning awards is always good for building value and profile in your business, but the process of entering and judging is just as valuable. There is little to lose and much to gain.
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KEiBA is sponsored by the following companies and organisations :
Ward Security provides bespoke tailored security solutions for both private and public sector organisations throughout the UK. Offering a complete range of services from key holding, security guarding and reception services, through property monitoring, utilising CCTV, to explosives and narcotics search dog teams.
Our mission: "Striving to exceed Stakeholder expectations, through outstanding relationships and innovative services."
We are very pleased to be co-sponsoring the Start Up Business of the Year category as we appreciate that in this tough economic climate that this is a great achievement.
We are delighted to be involved with KEiBA and in particular the Start Up Business of the year award. Many people talk about one day starting their own business but to actually do so takes a lot of hard work, drive and determination and those shortlisted for the final should be truly proud of themselves in their achivement. David Ward, Managing Director, Ward Security
Hadlow College is the outstanding land-based college offering unique training and qualifications – including apprenticeships and degrees – in all aspects of rural development, skills and business. Hadlow has continued to increase participation for young people and adults in rural education and skills by over 300% since 2004.
As a champion of Kent’s rural economy, the College is heavily involved with the Kent County Show, economic and rual regeneration and, alongside Kent County Council, manages the county’s food group Produced in Kent. It also successful runs commercial farms, retail centres including farm shops with a successful estate portfolio. One of the many exciting projects the College is currently working on is the launch of the first land-based Free School – Hadlow Rural Community School – which will open in September 2013
Hadlow College is delighted to be sponsoring this category of KEiBA in partnership with Brachers. We see these awards as pivotal in showcasing Kent's business talent and its exceptional prowess in economic growth. Hadlow is a proud leader in the rural education and skills.