Search

Top 100 at the Business Awards

Drawn exclusively from the Top 100, this new award category will identify a successful and innovative business which demonstrates how it has adapted to meet the challenges of the markets it serves and to seek out new opportunities.

The success of the accelerator businesses will be measured beyond simply looking at the bottom line. These are businesses demonstrating leadership through their outlook and commitment to the business community and also through their commitment to diversity and strong corporate governance at all levels.

About the Top 100 'Accelerator' Award

The Top 100 Accelerator award is a new category which celebrates the successes of our leading businesses.

Backed by sponsors, Mills & Reeve, Roche, and PwC, the winning business will be selected from Norfolk companies within the EDP Top 100 list of businesses.

With a new look Top 100 listing set for launch, the Top 100 comprises leading businesses across a range of sectors with turnover exceeding £35m and all are standout businesses in both the regional and national economy.

Criteria

Drawn exclusively from the Top 100, this new award category will identify a successful and innovative business which demonstrates how it has adapted to meet the challenges of the markets it serves and to seek out new opportunities.

The success of the accelerator businesses will be measured beyond simply looking at the bottom line. These are businesses demonstrating leadership through their outlook and commitment to the business community and also through their commitment to diversity and strong corporate governance at all levels.

Click here to find out more about the EDP Business Awards
Management Jobs

Show Job Lists

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Insight

Holden is a name associated with the motor trade in Norfolk for 90 years. Motoring editor Andy Russell chats to current CEO Tim Holden, third generation in the family motor group, about how it has become a nationally-recognised driving force.

As diesel car registrations drop, more and more motorists are becoming aware of the benefits of hybrid cars and how easy they are to drive. Toyota’s pioneering role in hybrid technology means nearly half its total sales now combine petrol and electric power, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Women in Business

cover

Enjoy the
Women in Business
digital edition

Read

Business East

cover

Enjoy the
Business East
digital edition

Read

Celebrating Success

cover

Enjoy the
Celebrating Success
digital edition

Read

B2B Exhibition

cover

Enjoy the
B2B Exhibition
digital edition

Read

Green 100

cover

Enjoy the Green 100
digital edition

Read

Meet the Team

Mark Shields

Business Editor

|

Chris Hill

Agricultural and Farming Editor

|

Business Most Read

Awards

Norfolk Future 50 EDP Business Awards Green 100