Utilitywise success noted by stock market awards
North East firm Utilitywise has been recognised for its performance on the AIM stock exchange with a nomination for a national award.
Utilitywise has been shortlisted by AIM Awards 2013, in the Best Use of AIM category, after becoming the first North East firm for five years to float on the stock exchange in June 2012.
The category is aimed at recognising the work of companies nationwide who have used their arrival in AIM to help expand their operations and build on their standing in their sector.
Geoff Thompson, chief executive at Utilitywise, said: “It’s great news for both Utilitywise and the profile of North East businesses as a whole that we’ve been shortlisted for the this award.
“This is a very exciting time for Utilitywise and we plan to continue developing and growing the company from our base in the region. With strong revenue visibility, a unique product offering backed up by our own proprietary IT and our outstanding employees, we are looking to the future with great confidence.”
The awards, organised by the AIM Club, celebrate outstanding achievement on the world’s most successful growth market. The Awards identify the quoted companies and entrepreneurs who have harnessed AIM to help them fulfil their ambition and growth potential in the last twelve months.
Now in its 18th year, the AIM Awards Dinner attracts over 1,300 guests including representatives from AIM quoted companies and their advisers, making it the largest AIM gathering in the City calendar.
This year’s event is taking place on 10 October 2013 at Old Billingsgate, London EC3.
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