Competing against 10 other firms, AceOn will find out if they’ve won at a gala awards night in London’s Park Lane this November.
The past year has seen AceOn experience significant success in global trading. Managing director Mark Thompson reflected on this accomplishment: “The past 12 months have really seen our export performance take off.
“This nomination is further confirmation that we have established ourselves firmly as one of the UK’s battery specialists. We are exporting products and working on projects across several continents, secured some big orders, and seen a seven-figure increase in our export business.
In awe of talent
“A key ingredient in our success is strong partnerships with market-leading suppliers like BMZ. This ensures that our UK-manufactured batteries offer value for money and good quality for our customers.”
Sarah Austin, founder and director of the Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards, expressed admiration for the submissions, stating: “Kudos to each and every finalist who has made the shortlist – your entries have truly left us in awe of your extraordinary talent and dedication, setting the bar high for what it means to be a champion in the business world.”