Bexley`s local business awards were handed out to some deserving winners last week, during a black-tie dinner.
More than 200 people attended the Bexley Business Excellence Awards On Thursday last week, at the Marriott Hotel, 13 awards were handed out in recognition of the achievement of Bexley`s vibrant business community.
Drewery was Highly Commended in the category `Best Business for Marketing and Social Media`.
Paul Long (Director of Drewery Property Consultants) comments: ‘`To be highly commended at the Bexley Awards was brilliant and it confirms that all our recent hard work has been recognised.
We have focused a lot on our marketing and social media over the last few years and have aimed to improve customer experience through the whole of our company.
Thank you to our team who continue to put a lot of hard work and effort in to ensure that our company provides the very best property marketing services in the local area and well done``.
Comedian Kevin Day was the evening`s compere, praising the high standard of this year`s finalists.
Musicians and singers from Bird College provided entertainment to the sold out event last Thursday.
Picking up the coveted business of the year awards, ITRM Limited
Among the other winners, Rebecca Cox won best young entrepreneur for her Erith based company Maid on a Mission.
Jon Hillary, director of lead sponsor Ocado handed out the business of the year award while Bexley council`s cabinet member for regeneration and growth, Linda Bailey was also present.
Cllr Bailey said she hoped this year`s winners would `make the most` of their success.