CPI named Not for Profit Organisation of the Year
The Centre for Process Innovation has been named Not for Profit Organisation of the Year at the North East Business Awards 2015. The event, which was held at Hardwick Hall, Sedgefield, recognises outstanding achievements in business over the last 12 months from organisations based in the North East.
Polyphotonix was also shortlisted for the Innovation Award after winning the regional final for the Durham and Wearside area.
Organised by The Gazette and its sister paper on Tyneside, The Journal, the annual North East Business Awards is held in association with the North East Chamber of Commerce and identifies those in the region who have excelled. The full lists of winners are as follows:
Apprenticeship Award, sponsored by CIPD: Hodgson Sayers Ltd.
Best Creative Company, sponsored by DigitalCity Business: Atomhawk.
Company of the Year, sponsored by Sunderland City Council: Andrew James.
Digital & Social Media Award, sponsored by Accenture: Andrew James.
Export Award, sponsored by Port of Sunderland: Tekmar Energy Ltd.
Green Award, sponsored by Middlesbrough College: ElringKlinger (GB) Ltd.
Heart of the Community Award, sponsored by Derwentside Homes: Gus Robinson Developments Ltd.
Innovation Award, sponsored by Newcastle University Business School: Hart Innovations.
Let’s Grow Award, sponsored by Newcastle Airport: PJA Distribution. Manufacturing Award, sponsored by Business Durham: Egger UK.
Newcomer of the Year, sponsored by Virgin Money: Teesside Industrial Solutions Ltd.
Not-for-Profit Organisation of the Year, sponsored by Gentoo: The Centre for Process Innovation. Services Award, sponsored by Npower: Ringtons Ltd.
Small Business Award, sponsored by University of Sunderland: Tomlinson Hall & Co Ltd.