Innovators are in at awards

David Gratton, Alistair Main and Joanne Gale of Duncan and Toplis Accountants, Pinchbeck, sponsors of the Business Innovation Award.
David Gratton, Alistair Main and Joanne Gale of Duncan and Toplis Accountants, Pinchbeck, sponsors of the Business Innovation Award.

There are no Dragon’s Den-style judges waiting to question South Holland firms about the big ideas that could bring big profits to their balance sheets.

But there is the satisfaction of lifting the 2013 Business Innovation Award waiting for the firm that has seen the most significant contribution after introducing a new product, process or invention to its operations.

South Holland Enterprise Day and Business Awards 2013 at Springfields Events and Conference Centre, Spalding, on November 20 promises to be a special day for one firm that has seen innovation result in accumulation for its development.

Duncan and Toplis Accountants, based in Pinchbeck and nine other centres across the East Midlands, is sponsoring the award which will also go to the firm that embraces innovation the best among its workforce.

A spokesman for Duncan and Toplis said: “We believe in a strong local business community where firms support each other and thrive on each others’ success.

“Successful innovation is the lifeblood of future business success individually, locally and nationally, so those businesses that are succeeding deserve to be recognised and celebrated.

“Our sponsorship of the Business Innovation Award is a way of demonstrating our support of this community and rewarding those who are pushing the boundaries to come up with new ideas and products to meet demand.”

There is still time for your firm to enter for the award but the deadline is October 21 and for more details, go to www.spaldingareachamber.co.uk