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17 September 2021

Thames Valley SME 100 Growth Finalists

The 2021 Thames Valley SME 100 Growth awards finalists have now been revealed. The winners of each category will be announced at an SME 100 Growth  celebration at Lamborghini Pangbourne on Thursday, 30th September.

Based on the 2021 Thames Valley SME 100 Growth index, businesses across diverse sectors have been chosen as finalists based on their growth, leadership and innovation. The judges were delighted to see so many new entrants in this year’s awards.

The SME 100 is sponsored by Wilson Partners, compiled and published by The Business Magazine, with our co-sponsors Herrington Carmichael, and Hicks Baker on the judging panel alongside us.

This year’s finalists are:

All companies listed on the 2020 and 2021 Thames Valley SME 100 Growth index are invited to attend the networking and awards event on 30th September at Lamborghini Pangbourne (places are limited).

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