Inclusion Housing has been awarded Best Small Business at the Inaugural British Small Business Awards 2016, held in London.
Inclusion Housing stood out to the judges with highly impressive turnover figures and growth combined with strong sector knowledge, innovation and an unwavering support for society’s most vulnerable people.
Neil Brown, Chief Executive of Inclusion Housing was surprised and delighted with the award. ‘I am immensely proud of the difference we make, the services we provide and the strong partnerships that we forge. Most of all we have a talented, motivated and positive team here at Inclusion focussed on delivering excellence; I am so pleased that their success has been recognised.
Niki Baker, CEO of SmallBusiness.co.uk parent company Vitesse Media says, ‘Against a challenging economic and political backdrop, all of the winners and those shortlisted for awards have demonstrated tenacity, innovation and a commitment to driving growth. Small businesses form the backbone of the UK economy, and these awards provide an excellent platform to showcase the very best of them.’
Dave Stallon, commercial director of the Federation of Small Businesses and judge at the awards adds that small and growing businesses in Britain face an increasing number of challenges so it’s important to recognise those that have really excelled.
‘I have been hugely impressed by the standard of entries this year – the businesses and inspiring people that run them should be very proud of how they have performed and I wish them every success in the future.’
The British Small Business Awards, in association with the Federation of Small Businesses, celebrates the nation’s leading sole traders, micro-businesses and small companies – as well as the service providers and advisers that help them start, run, grow and succeed.