News | Aquaread Shortlisted for Two 2012 Kent Excellence in Business Awards
Friday 25th May 2012
Shell LiveWIRE Award-winning business Aquaread have been shortlisted for two more awards in the forthcoming 2012 Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA).
Craig Harrison, Founder and MD of Aquaread, a water quality test equipment manufacturer, and winner of one of the very first £1,000 Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Awards in January 2009, will be looking to add to his award collection on the 28th June at the finals of the 2012 Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA), where he has been named as a top 3 finalist for the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Craig Harrison, Founder and MD of Aquaread
On being notified of his shortlisting Craig told us:
"Being selected as a top 3 finalist makes me feel really proud for what is a very prestigious award. It’s great to receive recognition for all my hard work over the years when setting up Aquaread. It has taken masses of drive and determination to get Aquaread to where it is today; a hugely successful international business. Fingers crossed I win the award at the awards presentation in June!”
In addition to his personal award, for the second year running, Aquaread have also been named as a top 3 finalist for the Science / Technology Business of the Year Award.
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