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Shortlisted entries for the Better Business for All Awards 2016

12 outstanding entries have contributed to business growth as part of the Better Business for All programme

BBfA Awards 2016

The shortlist for the Better Business for All Awards 2016 has been announced today (27 January 2016). The 12 shortlisted entries have demonstrated success in bringing together business and regulators to change how local regulation is delivered and received. The entries showcase good practice across the four award categories: partnership, individual ambassador, innovation and special contribution.

The shortlisted entries and the reasons for their selection are detailed in the attached document.

The shortlisted entries will share the work behind their success at the Better Business for All Shared Learning Day on 8 March 2016, where the winning entries will be announced in an awards presentation.

The shortlist was announced at the Local Government Association’s ‘Supporting local businesses, sustaining regulatory services’ event.

Better Business for All enables regulators to understand businesses better, and tailor their services to meet business needs. For more information about Better Business for All visit our information page.

Shortlisted organisations and individuals

Partnership Award

  • Cornwall
  • Hertfordshire
  • Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire
  • Leicester and Leicestershire

Individual Ambassador Award

  • Jane Heeley, Kent and Medway
  • Tim Milsom, Devon and Somerset

Innovation Award

  • Hertfordshire
  • Kent and Medway
  • Worcestershire Regulatory Services

Special Contribution Award

  • Surrey
  • Kent and Medway
  • Maxine Aldred (Development Manager at Federation of Small Businesses)
Published 27 January 2016