Finalists for the inaugural Wakefield Business Awards, organised by First, the Wakefield District Development Agency, have just been announced and Web-Translations are proud to say we are in the running for not one, not two but three categories!
Web-Translations are the only company to be shortlisted in three categories, including recognition for international business, online business and business leadership.
The awards are designed to highlight the increasingly diverse and confident nature of businesses in the Wakefield District. Just this year, OMIS recognised Wakefield as Britain’s ‘Best Small City for Business’ and the shortlist for each award shows just that! Web-Translations is up against real competition!
Helping other businesses trade successfully across the world is just one of our missions here of Web-Translations. To be shortlisted for the International Business Award which recognises companies who are successfully translating international strategy into business growth really underlines the positive impact Web-Translations’ strategy is having on our own growth and that of other businesses in the area.
The e-Business Award is the second category Web-Translations have been shortlisted for. Without the internet our company simply could not exist! Thanks to the expert knowledge of Web-Translations staff who make sure e-business is a reality, Web-Translations have gone from strength to strength in the past twelve months, breaking sales targets and witnessing growth month after month.
Last, but not least, Web-Translations Managing Director, Daniel Rajkumar is a finalist for The Business Entrepreneur of the Year Award. This award looks for the business leader with the character, leadership skills and vision to ensure the business really drives forth-and encourages others in the area to follow its lead.
The awards are backed by some of the region’s most recognised business names including CTP St James, Paragon Business Village, Rockware Glass, Simons Developments, Wakefield College, Wakefield Council, and The Wakefield Express. The ceremony will take place on the 23rd November at the Cedar Court Hotel.
Speaking on behalf of Web-Translations, Catherine McTeigue, Project Manager said, “We are extremely pleased to be shortlisted amongst other businesses in the area. As a young business getting your foot on the ladder and building your way up can sometimes be a slow process, but Wakefield and its business community have welcomed Web-Translations with open arms. We are proud to represent such a vibrant city and look forward to celebrating the success of every business in the area on the 23rd November”.
Web-Translations Limited offers website localisation and document translation in over 140 languages for Asian, African, European, Middle Eastern and American languages and marketplaces. Web-Translations employ only professional native speaking in-country translators.
For more information contact a member of the Web-Translations team on +44 (0) 1924 360 460.
1 November 2006 16:25