Article published on 30 May 2018

The Proludic Team had a fantastic time at the 2018 Nottingham Post Business Awards last night and were proud to be recognised as a finalist from 28 category entries. Rob Baker, Managing Director, was presented with the award for being one of three nominated as a finalist in the Contribution to the Community category. He commented on this achievement by saying:

It is great to be recognised for all the work that we do locally. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our staff who continually strive to make the difference in the community that they both work and live in.

Rob Baker, Managing Director

The Nottingham Post Business Awards brings together the best and brightest of Nottinghamshire’s business community, to celebrate the contribution they make to the local economy. Held this year at the East Midlands Conference Centre, the glittering ceremony celebrated the hard work these companies put in to make them a success.

Close to 150 nominations were received for the awards this year, making it one of the most popular events so far. These were then whittled down to 40 finalists in 14 different categories to represent the very best the region has to offer. 


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