The Family Business of the Year Awards were created in 2012 to celebrate the UK family business sector, to recognise the diversity of family firms across the country and to celebrate the contribution that they make.
These prestigious awards are now in their eleventh year and have become an integral part of the family business calendar #FBOTY2023
We are delighted to announce the shortlisted family firms for the Northern Ireland region. One of these family firms is going to take the regional title in due course. They may then go on to become the next overall Supreme Champion Family Business of the Year for 2023, taking over the title from the winners in 2022, Furniture Village.
Shortlisted in the Northern Ireland region for the award are:
- Grant Fit Out (UK) Limited
- International Business Centre Ltd
- McCrackens Brewery
- Newcel Paper Converters Limited
- Regen Waste
As Paul Andrews, founder of Family Business United, the awards’ organisers adds, “Each year we are amazed at the nominations received and there are always some real gems that are fabulous ambassadors for the family business sector. The entries come from all over the UK and this year in particular, given the ongoing uncertainty and business challenges caused by the global pandemic and the general trading climate, we are delighted by the number of entries, and the diverse sectors that they represent too.”
“I have said it before but family firms really are the backbone of the UK economy and across the UK they will be vital as the economy recovers from the events of the past few years. We look forward to finding out more about the family firms shortlisted for these awards and crowning some great winners in due course.”
“The awards culminate in a ceremony taking place in June with awards for various categories, sectors and regions. We look forward to crowning the 2023 winners of the our Northern Ireland Family Business of the year award in due course.”
In addition to the Northern Ireland Family Business of the Year Award which is determined solely by the judges, votes are now open for the People’s Choice to determine the publics favourite. You can vote for your favourite from our Northern Ireland finalists here: