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11.17.2011
Orbit Developments celebrate with the best at the Macclesfield & Wilmslow Business Awards 2011
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Orbit Developments recently celebrated with the best localbusinesses at the hugely successful Macclesfield & WilmslowBusiness Awards 2011. Orbit were proud to be one of the mainsponsors at the awards, the first ever to be held for the localbusiness community. The awards were welcomed by Macclesfield &Wilmslow businesses and over 300 people attended the black-tie galadinner which was held at the Capesthorne Hall on the10th November. The evening comprised of the prestigiousawards ceremony and included entertainment from the inspiring andhugely successful local businesswoman Dawn Gibbons MBE, managingdirector of Flowcrete as well as hearing from the Mayor of CheshireEast Councillor Roger West.

Orbit Developments sponsored the award for ‘Business of the YearTurnover up to £5 million’ which was awarded to eco-friendlyloyalty card company Plastic Card Services for their all-roundexcellence in business.

Rob Nicholls Managing Director of Plastic Card Services who arebased at Tytherington Business Park said; “Its recognition of allthe hard work that’s been put in by the staff over the last twoyears in achieving what we’ve been able to achieve. The reward isvery much a reflection of the long hours and the hard work we’veall put in.”

Over ten organisations in the local business communitycelebrated their achievement.

The worthy winners are;

Business of the Year Turnover over £5m
MPM Products Ltd

Business of the Year Turnover up to £5m
Plastic Card Services Ltd

Business Adviser of the Year
Equilibrium Asset Management LLP

Excellence in Customer Service
Chess Telecom

Entrepreneur of the Year

Mobica Ltd

Independent Retailer of the Year

Bollington Brewery Co Ltd

Innovation & Design

Oliver Valve Tek Ltd

Most Creative Marketing Campaign

Prestbury Travel Group

Most Promising New Business

Armchair Opticians

The Sustainability Award

Tidy Planet

Guests on the night raised £3,200 for East Cheshire Hospice theMacclesfield based charity which cares for adults suffering fromlife-limiting illnesses from which there is no cure. The hospiceneeds £6,000 a day to be able to provide care and support forpatients.

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