We had the absolute pleasure of being invited to the Telegraph Trade Awards last Friday, where we had been shortlisted for two awards: Female Business Leader of the Year 2018 and SME Business Leader of the Year 2018.
The Telegraph Trade awards recognise the best and brightest SMEs that the UK has to offer. Although we didn’t end up winning in either category, the fact that we were shortlisted twice highlights just how far our business has come – and what an exciting future we have as we continue with our current trajectory.
As a business, we pride ourselves on not only delivering exceptional customer service to our clients in the UK, but also to our flourishing international customer base, which includes the EU, the US, China and Japan.
Giedre Brandao, Managing Director here at AbBaltis, discussed how she felt on finding out that we had been shortlisted for the awards: “It was a tremendous feeling to know that the hard work we’re doing is being recognised. At a time when international trade is front-page news, we are consistently delivering a holistic service to clients across the globe from our base here in Kent. We certainly feel that we offer a unique service; as we get to know the needs and wants of our customers – to the point where we are able to advise and guide our clients on what materials are going to best meet their objectives.
“Whilst we’re no stranger to awards recognition, having picked up a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade; it was wonderful to receive further acknowledgement for the good work that we are doing – highlighted by the fact that world famous institutions such as The Telegraph are taking notice of us.”
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