Webexpenses has been selected as a finalist in the 2015 Oxfordshire Business Awards.
We’re one of three companies chosen by judges to compete for The BLUE LAW® by Darbys Small Business Award.
The criteria for the award is to find the organisation best able to demonstrate:
- Strong business growth
- A business plan with strategy and vision
- Management with ability to drive the business forward
- An understanding of the market and ability to respond to it
- Robust funding arrangements and investment plans.
Alongside webexpenses, other finalists are sales and recruitment company, Raw Talent Academy, and specialist coffee suppliers, U E Coffee Roasters.
Since being launched 21 years ago, the Oxfordshire Business Awards has become a benchmark for excellence in the business environment.
The overall winner will be announced at at the 2015 Awards Dinner which takes place on June 19th at the Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel.
The mobile working methods used by webexpenses have allowed the company to make the market town of Witney its headquarters, in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
Adam Reynold, CEO of webexpenses said:
“One of the great advantages of mobile working is that we’re not tied to having a London base and we’re very proud to be part of a thriving business community in such a beautiful part of the world.”
Webexpenses will be hoping to add to its proud track record of industry accolades which include its Smarta 100 selection as one of Britain’s top 100 up and coming companies.
Find out more about the Oxford Business Awards.