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Hall of Fame

  • 1997 - TTP

    The company, based at Melbourn Science Park, remains the only tech consultancy to have won the Business of the Year Award. It was a remarkable... Read More

  • 1996 - Electrocomponents

    Based in Northampton at the time of the award, Electrocomponents remains the world’s largest distributor of electronics and maintenance products... Read More

  • 1995 - Willett International

    The Northants based coding and labelling solutions company founded by Alan Willett developed an enviable quality and a global reputation. So much so... Read More

  • 1994 - Pi Group

    Pi Group became the first – and one of only two in the history of the competition – to win the awards twice with this success. Founder Tony Purnell... Read More

  • 1993 - Roxboro

    A manufacturer of indicators for circuit boards, instrument panels including LEDs, LED arrays and light pipes, Roxboro emerged from the renowned... Read More

  • 1992 - Perkins Engines

    A subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., Perkins is a diesel engine manufacturer for several markets including agricultural, construction, material handling... Read More

  • 1991 - Domino Printing Sciences

    Domino is a world-leader in ink jet and laser technologies offering total coding and printing solutions. It was the only Cambridge company rated... Read More

  • 1990 - Pi Group

    What a spot in the inaugural year of the Awards for Business Weekly as we identified the cutting edge software houses endemic in the local cluster... Read More