Galgorm wins at NI Chamber Awards
Galgorm is celebrating its success in Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Chamber Business Awards. The organisation won the Equality Trailblazer category.
Galgorm was awarded for promoting inclusion within the workplace, customer base and local community. This category recognises organisations which champion diversity and promotes inclusion. Corporate law firm A&L Goodbody was highly commended in the same category. As the Northern Ireland winner of this category, Galgorm will now go forward to the British Chamber Awards along with the winners of eleven other UK regions, where an overall National winner will be crowned. National winners will be announced online from Monday 17 October.
The Chamber Business Awards highlight the role of business in delivering growth and prosperity for the UK and local communities. With eight categories, the awards recognise and reward Northern Ireland’s leading exporters, green business initiatives, high-growth businesses, community engagement, entrepreneurs as well as companies which prioritise diversity, inclusion and workforce development.
Regional winners of other categories include Henderson Retail (The Community Champion); Alchemy Technology Services (The Game Changer); Almac Group (The Global Player); Shoosmiths (The Planet Saver); Encirc (The Problem Solver); Viberoptix (The Rapid Riser); and TODD Architects (The Workforce Developer). Highly Commended awards were also claimed by Encirc (The Community Champion); ShredBank (The Game Changer); MJM Marine (The Global Player); Atlas World (The Problem Solver); BLK BOX (The Rapid Riser); and Musgrave NI (The Workforce Developer).
Gillian McAuley, President of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said:
“Each year our judges are impressed by the calibre of entries, and this year was no different. I would like to wish all of our member businesses who were regional winners and highly commended my sincere congratulations. We wish Galgorm every success as they represent Northern Ireland at the British Chamber Awards.”