Scaling new heights at the National Business Awards

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The Castle team spent a fantastic evening celebrating at the 18th Lloyds Bank National Business Awards, where we sponsored and presented the award for the Scale-Up Business of the Year.

Hosted at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane and attended by 1,200 of the great and good from the business world, the awards ceremony was an opportunity to recognise and reward excellence and the successes of a wide array of businesses from across the UK.

Managing Director, Stuart Stepney, commented: “We thoroughly enjoyed the evening and wish to extend our congratulations to all companies recognised during the night. To be chosen as a finalist at this level is a real achievement and the stories of success, growth and innovation were inspirational, demonstrating that the true grit and tenacity of businesses in the UK endures even through challenging times.”

ReBOUND Returns was announced as Scale-Up Business of the Year during the awards ceremony.

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