LPW wins Manchester Evening News Business of the Year Award 2015

LPW Technology are delighted to announce their success at becoming winners of Business of the Year 2015 at the prestigious Manchester Evening News Business Awards. A glittering awards ceremony was held at Manchester’s Midland Hotel where more than 350 guests and prominent business leaders turned out to discover who had been triumphant.

LPW are global market leaders in developing and supplying metal powder, software, and equipment to users of industrial 3D printing machines. The resulting components are used for aircraft engines, implants for people, and parts for Formula 1 cars.

Judges were impressed with the forward thinking, innovative nature of the company and the huge potential for further growth, as well as LPWs socially responsible ethos and culture.

The awards, which marked their 22nd anniversary, were hosted by Nicholas Owen and winners came from diverse industry sectors including technology, fashion and food.

Multi award winning LPW beat stiff competition from the regions finest businesses following a rigorous selection process, including onsite filming, and a Dragons Den style interview.

This is the second award that LPW have won in 2015 after Managing Director, Dr Phil Carroll, won Entrepreneur of the Year at a regional Business Award earlier this year.

Dr Phil Carroll, LPW Managing Director said: “We are so proud to have won this award. It is the icing on the cake for our best year yet. LPW is going from strength to strength and it is very gratifying to be recognised as the global market leader in this dynamic industry. Recognition for this award must go to my outstanding team. We will never rest on our laurels and look forward to taking the business to another level next year.”

M.E.N. Media Associate Editor Adam Jupp said: “What is great about these awards is they recognise the achievements of businesses of all shapes and sizes and at all stages of their growth journeys.

“The region’s best businesses are of huge importance to us all, in terms of creating jobs, economic output and creating a general sense of optimism and well-being.