It was an extremely successful night on Friday for McPhersons’ clients, both for the start-up businesses they have nurtured and for their more established clients
McPhersons are proactive with all their clients and in this case, advised their start-up business clients to enter these important local awards.
Ainsley Gill said: “From our own experience, winning an award like this leads to much welcome publicity. Potential new customers are reassured that your company is doing something right. McPhersons received many enquiries as a result of winning the 1066 customer service award and hope our winning clients will benefit too.”
Amongst the winners were The Crown in Hastings, overall winner for Best Eatery and highly commended for Best Start-up Business, Fulrum Learning were highly commended for Best Start-up Business as well as Investor in Training. The True Crime Museum were overall winner for Best Start-up Business and highly commended Tourism & Leisure Business of the Year.
Of their more established clients, Hastings Printing Company were the overall winner of the Medium Business of the Year and The Swan House Bed & Breakfast were winner of the Tourism & Leisure Business of the Year.
To top it all off, Tim Pearce from Kurt J Lesker, another McPhersons client, was named the Business Person of the Year.
It’s easy to see the pattern emerging here; become a McPhersons Client and you will be well on your way to success!