Accountants in Tunbridge Wells back business awards

February 21, 2017 by  

An accountancy firm located in Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone is backing Kent Excellence in Business Awards 2017 (KEiBA).

Crowe Clark Whitehill (CCW) is favouring the Kent initiative with its support for the exporter category. Participating businesses should get a higher profile and they may obtain more funding as a result. A printing company from Tunbridge Wells could be used by the winning enterprise to make the most of its achievements.

Darren Rigden, an audit partner at CCW, told Kent Online:

“By entering the awards you will have access to this valuable network of contacts which will allow you to discuss the issues facing your business with like-minded and knowledgeable people. You may find new suppliers and customers and identify new ways of achieving your business goals.”

The awards ceremony will take place in June. However, potential entrants have to make up their minds about what to do before the beginning of March.

Rigden pointed out that KEiBA is a familiar and attractive brand. He suggested that the exporter category had gained status as a consequence of the outcome of the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union in 2016.

The awards in question take place on an annual basis. Kent County Council and KM Media Group play a big part in the scheme. The overall aim is to showcase the businesses of Kent, while rewarding high achievement.