Meet the judges
“It has been another incredible year for the West Wales business community, as demonstrated by the many brilliant stories of success and growth the region has delivered during the past 12 months. It is a great privilege to help recognise many of our best performers at an evening that ensures the receive the congratulations they so richly deserve. We cannot underestimate the pivotal role our business leaders play in the prosperity of west Wales, providing employment for local people and supporting local communities in so many ways. I look forward to another night of celebration; if previous years are anything to go by, it should be a terrific occasion.”
“We were delighted to be nominated for the West Wales Business Awards shortlist last year in a number of categories, but to be announced as the overall winner of Business of the Year was a particular honour, as in 2018 we are celebrating 30 years since the company was formed. There is such a large number of excellent businesses locally that there is really strong competition, however, there is no greater reward than to be appreciated by those closest to you, and I think this is what makes this award so special to us as a local business.”
“I am absolutely delighted to be involved in such a prestigious event, especially with such a high calibre of local businesses.
“At Carmarthen Business School, our sustainable business program is focused on the future of Business and businesses in this area are such a key part of this.
“The very best of luck to all those nominated.”
Jonathan Roberts, editor of the South Wales Evening Post, Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star:
Nigel Williams, finance director at Castell Howell Foods, last year’s Business of the Year winner: