Celebrate the very finest in local business at the Devon & Plymouth Chamber Awards when we will honour the best in entrepreneurship and enterprise with a glittering ceremony at Home Park.

This unmissable event will include a delicious three-course lunch at Plymouth’s landmark new venue together with entertainment while our presenter for the day David Fitzgerald helps us pay tribute to this year’s winning businesses with our prestigious awards.

This year’s event will take place over a luxuriously long lunch at the start of the festive season from 11.30am-3pm, and the Home Park bar will stay open after the ceremony has finished.

Book early to get your place at this popular event, held dependent on Government social distancing guidelines.

We’re proud to reveal our shortlist for the Devon & Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Awards 2020.

Each of the 20 businesses and individuals named below are now invited to our Chamber Awards ceremony later this year to recognise and promote the best of what businesses in Devon have to offer.

Stuart Elford, CEO of Devon & Plymouth Chamber, said: ‘Thank you so much to each and every member who submitted an entry for this year’s Devon & Plymouth Chamber Awards. We know how incredibly difficult the last few months have been for everyone, but we’ve seen businesses throughout the South West adapt, survive and even thrive.
It was certainly a tough decision for our panel, with so many of our members enjoying great success over the last 12 months. But we’ve somehow managed to select 20 fantastic businesses and individuals in seven different awards categories. We now have the even tougher task of choosing our seven winners, and we can’t wait to celebrate with all of our members.’

The full Devon & Plymouth Chamber Awards 2020 shortlist is as follows:

Best Use of Technology – sponsored by pbmedia
– Bluescreen IT
– CMOStores

Customer Commitment Award – sponsored by Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre
– Achievement Training
– Plymouth Citybus
– Portcullis Legals

Export Business – sponsored by International Trade Matters
– Audax
– Barden

Rising Star – sponsored by The Jockey Club Exeter Racecourse
– Emily Beaumont
– Lorna Gaskin, Imployable
– Ollie Jackman, Taurus

Small Business of the Year – sponsored by Thomas Westcott Chartered Accountants
– Imployable
– Service Design Solutions
– Valves Online

Third Sector Campaign – sponsored by Devon & Plymouth Chamber
– Alexis Bowater
– Building Plymouth
– St Luke’s Hospice

Workplace Wellbeing – sponsored by Coralline Health
– Crowne Plaza
– Plymouth Citybus
– South Devon College