Representatives from some of the City’s leading firms gathered yesterday to determine the shortlist for the ninth Brighton and Hove Business Awards – the BAHBAs.
The judges included Allied Irish Bank, Brighton & Hove Jobs.com, Cardens Accountants, Qualifa, Graves Jenkins, Classic Consulting, Cluttons, Juice 107.2FM, Martin Searle Solicitors, Close Brothers Invoice Finance, MDHub, Absolute Brighton, Chamber of Commerce and the B&H Tourism Alliance.
The Brighton and Hove Business Awards are delivered in association with The Argus which was represented by the editor, Michael Beard.
Tony Mernagh, executive director of the Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership, chaired the proceedings for the final time.
He said: “The entries seem to cover every aspect of business life from creative digital services to hospitality and the night-time economy. Few other places in the country can boast such a range of businesses let alone the quality that we have seen on this year’s shortlist.”
The shortlist will be revealed in The Argus next Tuesday, 17 June 2014.
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