Isle Book-keep, from Sandown, has beaten off stiff competition to become a finalist in the category ‘Purpose before profit’ in the Lloyds Bank Business Excellence Awards 2021.
The Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards (BBEA) celebrates and showcases the resilience, innovation and creativity of British businesses.
To date Isle Book-keep has planted over 260 trees and growing (latest figures are shown on their website). 6 months into starting the business we have achieved Silver Xero Partner status, a great base of clients, regular expert speaker on Quickbooks Live Ask The Expert, numerous success cases with helping clients, recognised expertises in areas such as the construction industry with more certifications.
Lucy Johnson MAAT, Business Owner and Accountant, Isle Book-keep said:
“We are thrilled to be among the top business in Britain by becoming a finalist in these very prestigious National business awards. Being a finalist is testament to the innovation, hard work and dedication shown by our team during the last year.”
Event Director of The Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards (BBEA), Sarah Austin said:
“Our awards are a national platform to showcase, celebrate and honour the very best of British business. Becoming a finalist is a very impressive accolade; all our finalists stood out as truly creative and innovative during a turbulent year for British businesses; they have proven their companies to be resilient, entrepreneurial and really are best of class.”
All finalists will present to the judging panel in September, then the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in November. Tickets to attend the ceremony are available to purchase through the website: https://britishbusinessexcellenceawards.co.uk
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