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Covid-19 has challenged the world physically, mentally, and economically. But despite these struggles, many existing and newly emerging small businesses have flourished. This was evident in the Business of the Year less than 50 Employees category at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2020/21 which took place last night (April 29th 2021).
The finalists for the PEM Accountants sponsored award included ourselves, Biorbyt Ltd, Cambridge Spark, Darke Engineering Ltd, Doodle Video UK Limited, Skat Ltd, techspert.io, and Windsor Patania architects. In true Cambridge fashion, all finalists are impeccable innovators in their respective fields, which include bioscience, data science, construction, software, AI, and architecture.
But we’re so proud to say that it was Priority Digital Health that took home the win.
- The judging panel at SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards
- Joint Chief Executives of Priority Digital Health, Alison Meadows and John Dibb.
Although often viewed as the underdogs of the business world, small businesses hold great power and responsibility for both employment and economic growth. The National Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses revealed the following:
This demonstrates how small businesses hold so much power both economically and socially. They are integral for supporting and enhancing the lives of others through employment and their business offering - and it’s very evident that much of this power is prominent in Cambridge.