Bridgnorth business shortlisted for award

A Bridgnorth business is one of several Shropshire enterprises in line for a top accolade.

Good2Great, business consultants based in Church Street, are a finalist in the ‘service excellence’ category in the annual Federation of Small Businesses West Midlands awards.

The awards, to be presented next month, recognise the ambitions and achievements of the region’s sole traders, self-employed and small companies.

Two students of Good2Great’s start up programme have also been shortlisted.

Louise Madeley of Much Wenlock-based Madeleys First Aid Plus, which offers a range of physical and mental first aid training, is nominated as the ‘start up business of the year’.

And Keli King, who founded the zero waste shop The Little Green Pantry in Crown Street, Wellington, is shortlisted in the ‘sustainability’ and ‘best new business’ categories.

Sally Themans of Good2Great said: “It is wonderful to see two of our businesswomen making the final in these important awards and of course we are also honoured to be recognised.”

CAPTION: Sally and Johnny Themans of Good2Great.


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