Vantage 365 is thrilled to announce that it has been selected as a finalist for the esteemed Small Business of the Year award at the Black Country Chamber Awards. The Black Country Chamber of Commerce has recognised Vantage 365’s outstanding contributions to the local business community and its commitment to excellence in small business operations.
The Small Business of the Year award at the Black Country Chamber Awards celebrates the achievements and innovation of small businesses that have made a significant impact on the local community in the Black Country region and beyond. Vantage 365 has consistently demonstrated its dedication to excellence, innovation, and community engagement, making it a natural contender for this prestigious recognition.
Vantage 365, a leading Microsoft Consultancy specialising in leveraging Microsoft technologies to drive digital transformation, has been a vital part of the local business landscape in the Black Country region. The company has not only provided exceptional services and products but has also been actively involved in community initiatives, supporting local charities, and promoting economic growth within the region.
“It is a tremendous honour to be named a finalist for the Small Business of the Year award at the Black Country Chamber Awards,” said Matt Weston, CEO at Vantage 365. “This nomination underscores our commitment to excellence and our dedication to making a positive impact on the Black Country community. We are incredibly proud of our team, who consistently strive for excellence in everything they do.”
Vantage 365’s journey to the finals is a testament to its continuous commitment to small business success, resilience, and adaptability, especially in the face of the unique challenges posed by the global pandemic.
The winner of the Small Business of the Year award at the Black Country Chamber Awards will be announced at the awards ceremony on 9th November 2023 at Wolverhampton Racecourse. The event promises to be an exciting celebration of local businesses, entrepreneurs, and community leaders within the Black Country region.