For the second-consecutive year, St Austell Printing Company is pleased to announce a headline sponsorship for the Cornwall Business Awards.
The popular awards recognise the most inspirational, successful and entrepreneurial businesses in Cornwall. SAPC are once again sponsoring the “Best Family Business” award with SAPC Operations Manager Beth Mayman taking a place on the judging panel.
Peter Moody, SAPC’s Managing Director said: “We’re very pleased to be asked to support the awards for the second year running. As a family-run business ourselves, we understand the trials, tribulations and hard work involved and are looking forward to recognising and showing our support to a fellow local family business.
“Our support for the awards continues our commitment to supporting and promoting Cornwall’s economy. The awards will reflect the county’s ambition and drive to grow and evolve.”
The winners will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony at St Mellion International Resort on 27th June. SAPC will be providing all the printing for the event and members of the team will be attendance to celebrate with the winners.
Last year, Teagle Machinery were named the Best Family Business as well as the overall winner of winners. They were in good company, with other category winners including The Headland Hotel & Spa and Microtest.
Kirsty Miles-Musgrave, Communications Manager for the Growth and Skills Hub who organise the awards said: “It is fantastic to have St Austell Printing Company supporting the Awards for a second year.
“Beth and the team have been great advocates for the Awards and, as a leading business in Cornwall, have helped us reach a wider audience.
“As an award-winning family run business themselves, they are in the perfect position to judge how to blend personal and work relationships to achieve success in the Best Family Business category.”
SAPC is one of a handful of prominent businesses and organisations invited to sponsor the awards, which includes Avanti Communications, The Eden Project, St Austell Brewery, Corserv and Pirate FM.