Meet the judges

Carmarthen Journal - - News -

“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:

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