Sheffield Business Awards 2021 shortlist now announced

15th November 2021

The Sheffield Business Awards return on the 9th December and we can reveal that our 2021 Shortlist has now been announced.

The Sheffield Business Awards (SBAs), organised by unLTD Business in partnership with Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, will take place on the 9th December hosted at Peddlar Market’s well-known venue at 92 Burton Road, by TV’s Paul Sinha.

The event will see a range of shortlisted businesses attend, which we can now reveal. The shortlisted businesses for each SBA category are listed below:

Employer of the Year (Sponsored by The Sheffield College)

  • B. Braun Medical UK
  • Evoluted
  • HLM Architects Ltd
  • NOCN Group

Large Business of the Year (Sponsored by Shorts)

  • CC33 FS Limited
  • Ltd
  • Shakespeare Martineau

SME of the Year (Sponsored by Sheffield Hallam University)

  • Castings Technology International Ltd
  • DeeperThanBlue
  • Gradconsult
  • YesTax

Social Impact Award (Best Not-For-Profit / Charity / Social Enterprise) (Sponsored by Evoluted)

  • Age UK Sheffield
  • Sheffield Churches Council for Community Care
  • Sheffield Futures
  • Sheffield United Community Foundation

Start-Up Business of the Year (Sponsored by Business Sheffield)

  • Dynamic Engrave & Print Ltd
  • Parkwood Springs
  • Simoda Ltd

The Above and Beyonder – Best Professional Services Company (Sponsored by Hallam FM)

  • ActionCOACH Sheffield
  • Highlander Computing Solutions
  • Resolve IT Solutions Ltd
  • Shakespeare Martineau

The Automator – Best Technology Company (Sponsored by The University of Sheffield)

  • Airship
  • Apex Mobiletech (UK) Ltd
  • Sport:80
  • Tutorful

The Brand Builder – Marketing Campaign of the Year Award (Sponsored by CityTaxis)

  • Airship
  • Hydra Creative Ltd
  • Vivid Creative

The Global Player – Best Exporter (Sponsored by Gripple)

  • Corrosion Resistant Materials Ltd
  • Iceotope Technologies Ltd
  • Loadhog Ltd
  • NOCN Group

The Innovator (Sponsored by Barnsley College)

  • Champion Health
  • City Grab Ltd
  • Environmental Monitoring Solutions Ltd
  • Zen Green Stage Ltd

The Joymaker – Best Hospitality, Retail and Leisure Business (Sponsored by Business Sheffield)

  • Jessica Flinn Designs Ltd
  • National Videogame Museum
  • Tramlines Events Ltd
  • Two Thirds Beer Co

The Planet Saver

  • Intelligent Facility Solutions Ltd
  • Regather
  • Sheffield Sustainable Kitchens

The Sheffield Maker – Manufacturing Company of the Year (Sponsored by Wakesmith Solicitors)

  • Baldwin & Francis
  • Goral & Son Ltd
  • Robert Sorby Ltd
  • Up North Cabinet Makers Ltd.

The Visionary – Creative Impact Award (Sponsored by Mattress Online)

  • Fab Events & Marketing Strategies
  • Hydra Creative Ltd
  • LensGo Visual Media
  • Open House Pictures

This year’s awards are changing. To reflect the changing business environment, this year the event is being run on a smaller, more exclusive, scale. As such, tickets are limited.

To join us for a night of celebration and culinary delights make sure to get your tickets! Tickets are available for shortlisted companies now and will go on general sale Wednesday 17th November, book here:

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