Chambers Wales South East, South West and Mid has today (20 March) revealed the finalists for the highly anticipated Wales Business Awards 2023.
Hundreds of businesses across Wales of all sizes and sectors entered to compete for Wales’ most prestigious accolades in the awards’ special 20th anniversary year.
43 companies have been named as finalists across 10 categories, recognised for their innovation, creativity and resilience.
Leading the pack with two nominations apiece are Cardiff-based businesses EatSleep Media, FlyForm and Ogi, Carmarthenshire-based recycling operator NappiCycle Limited, Pembrokeshire-based power equipment supplier Genpower Ltd, Rhondda Cynon Taf-based manufacturer Concrete Canvas Ltd and Swansea-based water treatment technology company Power & Water.
The winners will be announced at a glitzy award ceremony hosted by broadcaster Andrea Byrne at the ICC Wales on 18 May. One finalist will also be awarded the ‘Wales Business of the Year’ award, sponsored by Atradius, during the evening.
Paul Butterworth, Interim CEO of Chambers Wales South East, South West and Mid, said: “The Wales Business Awards highlight the best of business in Wales across all sizes and sectors and allows us to celebrate the incredible contributions they have made for their customers, employees and the wider economy.
“We would like to congratulate those who have secured their places as finalists in this special anniversary year and look forward to announcing the winners in May!”
Tickets for the ceremony can be booked via https://my.cw-seswm.com/calendar_detail.html?eid=A4718C92-F424-4627-90BF-983C3843A5AE