The winners of the 2012 Hampshire Business Awards were revealed at a prestigious ceremony held on 11 October at the INTECH Science Centre & Planetarium in Winchester. The winners were announced by host Professor Greg Whyte, one of British sport’s foremost research scientists and former international modern pentathlete.
Celebrating their 22nd anniversary this year, the Hampshire Business Awards continue to highlight the very best of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight’s thriving business community and showcase the strength of some of the UK’s most successful firms.
Sponsored by Blake Lapthorn, KPMG, The Royal Bank of Scotland and the University of Southampton, this year’s Awards were once again held in association with the Confederation of British Industry (CBI). The endorsement from the CBI reflects the significance of the Hampshire business community to the national economy.
Daniamant is proud to announce that it was a finalist at this years awards for its innovative L16x lifebuoy light range.
Below: Kevin Rough, General Manager of Daniamant Ltd collects the award from Don Spalinger, Director of Research & Innovation Services at the University of Southampton and Professor Greg Whyte
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