Established in 1995, the accolade has previously been awarded to a diverse range – and size – of firms, and aims to recognise achievements made and also celebrate hard work, brilliance and innovation in business.
Scriba has been selected as February’s winner of the award, which is open to applicants from organisations in the Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield regions. Each successful company is then automatically entered into the Business of the Year Award, where the overall annual victor will be revealed at a breakfast ceremony on 6 July at Huddersfield’s Cedar Court Hotel.
Phil Clarke, Partner and member of the judging panel said: “Scriba PR stood out as a company that has grown through an innovative offering in a crowded marketplace. It is clear that there is continual reinvestment in the business, both in terms of developing systems and technologies, as well as staff training and well-being”.
Katie Mallinson, managing director of Scriba, also commented on the firm’s achievement: “For the progress and hard work of the business to be recognised is so rewarding – and a great start to 2018!
“I am so proud of our team and the consistent client growth over the past couple of years and I can’t wait to see what is next for Scriba – it is an exciting road ahead.”
This acknowledgment follows Katie being awarded the Forward Ladies Start Up of the Year Award on both a regional and national scale, towards the end of 2017.
Scriba PR was founded in 2013, and has boosted staff numbers from three to eight – and doubled its client base – within the last year. The firm provides communications support to technical B2B companies – in sectors ranging from waste & recycling to cyber security – who find it difficult to tell their complex stories.
"For the progress and hard work of the business to be recognised is so rewarding and a great start to 2018!"
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