Independent insurance broker, Ashbourne are a Gold Sponsor of the prestigious 2016 Federation of Small Business Hertfordshire Business Awards. Ashbourne is sponsoring the highly coveted Service Excellence Award in celebration of their 35th anniversary of supporting local businesses and residents in Hertfordshire.
Ashbourne’s Finance Director, Sarah Smits, said: “In 2014, we were thrilled to win the FSB’s Broxbourne Business of the Year and the Employee of the Year Award. The FSB Herts Awards offers businesses the opportunity to showcase their work and we want to show our appreciation for the way they do it so well. The Service Excellence award category is probably the most sought after title, and we’d love it if small businesses would take the opportunity to enter the awards, highlight their achievements, elevate their brand and prove they are outstanding in their field.”
The 2016 awards will be launched on Tuesday 9th February at Mercedes Benz, Stevenage 12:30-2:00pm and the awards ceremony will take place on Thursday June 23rd at the Manor of Groves Hotel.
The 2015 Service Excellence winning business was Foxholes Farm Shop of Hertford.
Ashbourne Insurance is a multi-award winning Hertfordshire business, offering a wide range of advice and solutions from simple to complex business and personal insurances such as: home, multi car, bike, personal indemnity, cybercrime, taxi, van and travel. It offers a claims advisory service and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). For more information visit either the Hoddesdon or Cheshunt branches or visit online www.ashbourneinsurance.co.uk. Follow progress on the FSB 2016 awards by following on Twitter @AshInsServices and @AshbourneBert.
To enter the 2016 FSB Hertfordshire Business Awards and for further information visit http://hertfordshireawards.co.uk/. On Twitter #HFSBHertsAwards
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