Rhino Doors has been shortlisted in the Business of the Year 0-25 Employees category at the Swansea Bay Business Awards 2018.
The event, which will be held on Friday, February 23, 2018, at the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, aims to recognise the greatest business successes in the Swansea Bay region. Rhino was selected as one of three in the category by a panel of judges alongside Clean Sweep and Express Metal Services. The panel comprised Ian Clarke from overall sponsors PWC; a representative of last year’s Business of the Year, Alan Brayley from AB Glass; Debbie Green, Woman of the Year 2017; Jonathan Roberts, editor of the South Wales Evening Post; and Lisa Cameron, commercial director of Media Wales.
Mr Roberts said: “Every year the calibre of entrants for the Swansea Bay Business Awards gets better and better, which in terms of whittling them down to a shortlist and then deciding on a winner makes it harder and harder.”
The full announcement article from WalesOnline can be found here.
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