Charnwood Molecular has been nominated as a finalist in this year’s East Midlands Chamber Business Awards in the “Small Business of the Year” category.
Finalists were announced by Chamber President, Geoff Poyzer, and Chief Executive, Scott Knowles at the Chamber President’s Summer Celebration at Thrumpton Hall, Nottingham.
This award – open to organisations employing up to 75 full-time members of staff – will go to the company that has achieved consistent growth backed by a strong financial performance.
The winner will be announced at an East Midlands gala dinner in September.
Professor Steve Allin, Managing Director of Charnwood Molecular, was delighted with the news:
“As we approach our twentieth anniversary as a company, this nomination is testament to the hard work and commitment of the entire team, past and present, at Charnwood Molecular. In that time, and fuelled by significant expansion of our global client base, we have made significant investments into our infrastructure leading to an expansion in our provision in discovery chemistry and process research services, and this nomination recognises our collective efforts in our drive to achieving excellence in our services. Regardless of the final result, we would like to thank our staff, strategic partners and clients for their continuing support.”
The business awards cover the areas of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. The winner will be announced on 22 September 2017.