MID Communications CEO named as chief judge at the E3 Business Awards

Date published: 05 April 2019

CEO of Middleton-based MID Communications, Danny Simpson has been asked to join the judging panel, for a second year, as judge at the 2019 E3 Business Awards.

The E3 Business Awards recognise diversity and achievement throughout the North West business community. The awards are open to high-achieving businesses, entrepreneurs and social enterprises in the region. There will be 17 award categories and the closing date for nominations is Wednesday 24 April.

The Awards evening will take place at the University of Bolton Stadium in Bolton on Thursday 11 July.

Danny has considerable experience of business leadership, strategic planning and business support within the telecommunications and retail industry. Danny is a fellow and committee member with the IOD Manchester and sits on the board for Cash for Kids locally in Manchester and nationally for the charity. His experience and vast knowledge of business ensures his qualification to assess the shortlisted nominees and chair the judging panel.

Danny Simpson said: “It’s a real honour and privilege to return to the E3 Awards this year, and even more exciting to be asked to chair a judging panel. The E3 team is always full of passion and energy with a burning desire to celebrate and recognise the amazing talent in our business community across the north west region. Businesses in the north are exceptional and we are so lucky to have such a wealth of talent, skill and expert insight. We love to enable and celebrate our businesses, propelling them forward with the benefits and support of the E3 platform.”

Mubarak Chati, Managing Director of 1 Events Media  said: "I'm very grateful to Danny for agreeing to act as judge and chair for the 2019 Awards. The standard of entries is always very high, so the judging process is never easy, but Danny’s skills, experience, and passion for championing businesses and business leaders will be an important addition to what is already a very impressive panel."

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