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Bexley Business Awards prove a success

PUBLISHED: 12:09 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:09 15 February 2013

Pilates Body Studio owner Genine Patrick

Pilates Body Studio owner Genine Patrick

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The Bexley Business Awards went off with a bang with a famous voice acting as the master of ceremonies.

The Bexley Business Awards went off with a bang with a famous voice acting as the master of ceremonies.

More than 240 guests attended the occasion at the Marriott Hotel in Bexleyheath last Thursday with the voice of the National Lottery balls and Strictly Come Dancing Alan Dedicoat in charge of proceedings.

The first ever awards, sponsored by South London Business, saw 10 prizes given to businesses and individuals from across the borough.

Two businesses featured by the Bexley Times came out on top - the Pilates Studio won best customer service and Mobile Bar Hire clinched the best hospitality business.

Natalee Barry of t.e.a.m consultancy won entrepreneur of the year.

She said: “This award is not just for me, it’s for everyone we work with. I’m amazed that we have achieved this after just one year.”

Installation firm 8point3 LED picked up two prizes - business of the year along with the best innovation award.

Full list of winners:

Best business for customer service: Pilates Body Studio

Best business for training and development: Erith Contractors

Best innovation award: 8point3 LED

Commitment to the community: t.e.a.m consultancy

Best hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism business: Mobile Bar Hire

Reatiler of the year: Bang & Olufsen of Bexleyheath

Entreprenuer of the year: Natalee Barry of t.e.a.m consultancy

Best new business: 4 Training and Consultancy

Business of the year: 8point3 LED

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