Ely-based Ellgia is in the top 100 Cambridgeshire companies

PUBLISHED: 12:26 21 December 2017

Ely-based Ellgia has been named one of the top 100 businesses in Cambridgeshire. Hazel Platt and Phil Sharpe of Grant Thornton presented Steve Crook, managing director of Ellgia with the award to recognise the achievement.

Ely-based Ellgia has been named one of the top 100 businesses in Cambridgeshire. Hazel Platt and Phil Sharpe of Grant Thornton presented Steve Crook, managing director of Ellgia with the award to recognise the achievement.

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Ely-based Ellgia has been named one of the top 100 businesses in Cambridgeshire.

The company was recognised in the Cambridgeshire Ltd 2017 report, which is compiled each year by global accounting and consultancy firm Grant Thornton.

Ellgia was one of 22 new entrants to the award in 2017.

Hazel Platt and Phil Sharpe of Grant Thornton presented Steve Crook, managing director of Ellgia with the award to recognise the achievement.

Steve said: “It is an honour to be recognised among the list of high-profile companies within the county.

“I have watched how the industry has changed over the years and we are always looking for at ways to improve and evolve with today’s competitive environment.”

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