Announcing that Broadland Wineries were the worthy winners of the new Top 100 Accelerator Award, judges noted: “As well as showing innovation in the way it has developed its products and transformed the business, the leadership team work closely with staff so that everyone shares in the ethos and values of the company.”
Broadland Wineries is delighted to announce it has been chosen as the winner of the Eastern Daily Press Business Awards 2015, in the Top 100 Accelerator category. The top 100 comprises of leading businesses across a range of sectors with turnover exceeding £35m, with all standing out in both the regional and national economy. Celebrating the success of Norfolk’s leading businesses, the finalists for the Top 100 Accelerator Award were chosen from Norfolk based companies within the EDP’s Top 100 list of businesses.
The award criteria involved identifying a successful and innovative business which demonstrated how it has adapted to meet the challenges of the markets it serves, whilst seeking out new opportunities. The success of the accelerator business was measured beyond the bottom line and demonstrated leadership, commitment to the business community and strong corporate governance at all levels.
Judges felt that Broadland Wineries stood out in the competition for their innovation, development and application of a turnaround strategy that has re-invented the company to secure new markets and a future set for growth. CEO Mark Lansley was praised for taking Broadland Wineries on a turnaround journey which has changed the whole business model from contract bottling to an international producer, supplier and innovator. It was noted that the attention to detail shown throughout the business was truly impressive. Broadland Wineries as a company was acknowledged as a proud Norfolk business success story that was richly deserving of its wider recognition.
To find out more about the awards and to watch judges announce Broadland Wineries as the winner, please visit the EDP Business Awards website