Lloyds National Business Awards
HBXL announced as National Business Awards finalist.
-Visit www.nationalbusinessawards.co.uk for all finalists-
The Bristol-based company provides software for the build sector and has revolutionised the way building firms run their businesses to increase their profitability and improve their efficiency. HBXL’s software toolkits helps small to medium sized builders professionally prepare and present building plans, estimates, health and safety documentation and contracts. HBXL’s suite of software has saved builders hundreds of man hours and thousands of pounds making them more profitable.
Joanna Mulgrew, product development director said: “HBXL are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for this award. HBXL is the leading software developer for the build sector in the UK and has been at the forefront of transforming the way builders operate for over a decade. I believe that our success stems from our customer focus – by listening to our client needs we develop solutions that are as user-friendly as possible. Support is a major priority to maximise adoption, enabling users to embrace the time and cost saving benefits of IT in an industry which is not ordinarily known for its IT take-up – and for them to quickly see a return on their investment.”
The finalists were chosen from the hundreds of businesses that entered or were nominated across 18 award categories. They will now prepare for live presentations to an expert judging panel who will decide the overall winners.
Described as “the Oscars of great British business” by David Cameron, former Prime Minister, this year’s prestigious award ceremony will take place on Tuesday 15th November, at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, where the winners will be revealed.
For the first time, Conor McGinn MP recently hosted a reception for the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards at the House of Commons. This enabled finalists to meet fellow entrants, the National Business Awards Advisory Board members, judges (who they will present to in September) and sponsors of each category.
Tom Broughton, Group Brand Director of the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards said: “Due to the high number of entries for this years’ awards, narrowing the entries down to 140 finalists was a difficult task. But through a thorough and comprehensive judging process, the selected finalists demonstrate exceptional quality and diversity across a range of business sectors within the UK. We are now looking forward to the next step of the process and meeting some of the finalists face-to-face.”