Bromley’s businesses scoop awards

Bromley Business Awards

Bromley Business Awards


The winners of the 2012 Bromley Business awards were announced at special ceremony last week.

More than 180 guests waited to hear the judge’s verdict at the event at The Warren country house in Hayes.

The top gong, business of the year, went to a family run textile recycling company, Chris Carey’s Collections.

Director Christine Carey said: “I’m so passionate about recycling to get this is incredible.”

The Bromley Business Awards, now in their second year, are organised by South London Business and sponsored by Biggin Hill Airport, to showcase the best organisations in the borough.

More than 100 firms entered this year across nine categories.

Best medium sized business went to Drink Me Chai while TJ Herbert of Itchy Fish Film picked up entrepreneur of the year.

Robert Walters, business development managers at Biggin Hill Airport, said: “The awards recognise the contribution of vibrant businesses also fighting to buck the economic trend and add value to our local area.”

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