We are delighted to announce that Styles&Wood has been shortlisted for Business of the Year (£100m or more category) at this year’s M.E.N Business of the Year Awards.

The M.E.N Business of the Year Awards is one of the biggest and longest-running awards programmes in the region with a long history of recognising and rewarding successful organisations across a range of sectors in Greater Manchester. More than 100 companies entered this year’s awards and the three-month shortlisting process saw judges visit and review each entrant’s business.

Styles&Wood are up against two other companies in the category, Bury-headquartered retailer JD Sports Fashion, and specialist lender, Together.

The M.E.N’s Chief Business Reporter, Shelina Begum, said:

“This year’s competition has seen an immensely high standard of entries and all 24 companies can be proud of being short-listed.”

“We look forward to another fantastic celebration of the companies that are excelling across Greater Manchester and are grateful for all entries.”

The winners will be announced on Thursday 10th November, during a glittering ceremony at the Midland Hotel in Manchester.

More information about this event can be read at the following:

Manchester Evening News


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