The best of Calderdale enterprise was celebrated last night at a packed awards evening held at The Venue, Barkisland.
The wide depth of activity across the district was represented in the nominations across several categories.
BBC presenter Clare Frisby hosted the event which she described as superb.
Jeremy Hall won the much coveted 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award.
He has been the driving force behind the transformation of Dean Clough into a business, arts and education complex which is one of the UK’s most shining examples of urban regeneration.
There was also double success for Tony Abbott of Reactiv Media.
He won Business Person of the Year and his company was judged Employer of the Year.
The full list of results are here - and don’t miss next Friday’s Courier for our special supplement including a picture spread of the event.
Green Champion sponsored by BCA Leisure: Calderdale Council Recycling.
Green Business of the Year sponsored by Spire Elland Hospital: Millers Oils.
Small to Medium Enterprise of the Year sponsored by Wilby Ltd: Tubzee Ices.
New Business of the Year sponsored by Calderdale Council: Craggs Energy.
Entrepreneur of the Year sponsored by Reactiv Media: Lee Marshall (Design House).
Employer of the Year sponsored by The Community Foundation for Calderdale: Reactiv Media.
Retailer of the Year sponsored by the Halifax Courier: Saks Beauty.
Manufacturer of the Year sponsored by Nano Factory: James Heal.
Innovator of the Year sponsored by BM Howarth Ltd: Malosa Medical.
Business of the Year sponsored by Walker Singleton: Boxford.
Business Person of the Year sponsored by main sponsor Chadwick Lawrence: Tony Abbott (Reactiv Media).
Lifetime Achievement Award sponsored by Elcons: Jeremy Hall (Dean Clough).