Stage 1 entries have now closed for the 2022 Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards (MKBAA), and as the judging panel begin to sift through the huge number of entries, the organisers of MKBAA celebrate the support of new category sponsors.
MyMiltonKeynes and Ad Valorem have become the latest organisations to pledge their support to the awards, which this year have a theme centred around sustainability, ‘MK – Leading the UK’s Green Recovery – Survive, Revive & Thrive’.
Having won the Business Impact in the Community award in 2020, MyMiltonKeynes felt compelled to give back at MKBAA 2022, sponsoring that very same category and enabling another outstanding MK business to take home the trophy.
Ad Valorem, who have previously been shortlisted in both the Professional Services and Small & Medium Business categories, have become the latest sponsors to join the ever-increasing roster, and they join Cranfield University and MK:U, Integral Powertrain, dbfb, PJ Care, Mazars and MyMiltonKeynes as category sponsors.
MKBAA’s premium categories, including the overall winner of Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year and the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award are sponsored by The Alpha Club, MHA MacIntyre Hudson and All Things Business, respectively.
“The business community within Milton Keynes is incredibly strong and has helped shape our plans for MK Gateway, so we were immediately keen to get involved in MKBAA. The theme of the awards also resonates closely with First Base.
“As a company, we take the time to really understand the impact we have on our planet and are committed to creating developments which deliver long-term sustainable objectives. While responding to the climate emergency, we hope that the MK Gateway project will achieve new benchmarks for local sustainability, and support aspirations for a greener, healthier Milton Keynes.”