Ellievision AV based in Buckinghamshire has been shortlisted for Supply Chain Champion – Best B2B business at this year’s Small Awards.
In its fifth year, The Small Awards is a nationwide search for the smallest and greatest firms in the UK, across all sectors. It is organised annually by Small Business Britain, which champions, inspires and accelerates small businesses in the UK.
Ellievision AV was founded by Tim Hannaby and Heather Irving to provide outstanding audio and visual services and a platform for their customers to bring together communities and delight audiences through outdoor and drive-in cinema experiences. From the start their intention was always to be the temporary AV extension to the companies they work with. Ellievision AV has been chosen as one of five finalists for the award that recognises small businesses that are working within the business supply chain, and other businesses large and small.
With eleven unique categories, the Small Awards celebrate the dynamism of the UK’s small business sector, across everything from longstanding family businesses and innovation-led start-ups, to social enterprise champions.
“After what has been a difficult year for the whole small business community, it has been inspirational to hear about phenomenal small businesses across the UK, and the determination and resilience they have shown throughout the pandemic,” said Michelle Ovens CBE, Founder of Small Business Britain.
“The Small Awards exist to celebrate and champion the amazing contribution of fantastic small firms like Ellievision AV. We received a record number of applications this year, with an incredibly high standard of entry, so all of the small businesses shortlisted should be rightly proud of this achievement.”
Heather Irving of Ellievision AV said “We’re delighted to be shortlisted for The Small Awards. After an unpredictable twelve months period, this news arrived on the day we could begin to operate again! We’re incredibly grateful to all of our customers who have been patient over the past year and we’re looking forward to working with them all again.”
Judged by a panel of leading enterprise experts, the winners of all categories, along with the overall winner of Small Business of the Year, will be announced on 13 May 2021.
This year, in light of current restrictions, Small Business Britain will again be hosting its award ceremony as a lively virtual event, instead of the traditional glittering gala dinner. Small businesses across the country will zoom in together for an evening of fun celebrations, featuring entertainment, special guests, speeches, networking and more!