ILG Business are proud to have been shortlisted as finalist for Best Small Business Serving Football, at this years Football Business Awards 2018.
ILG Business is a British, multinational company headquartered just outside Tunbridge Wells, Kent. We design, develop and sell Business/Sports computer software, also supplying online cloud services and applications for iOS and Android devices. Our best-known products are the business platform ILG Sports, paperless forms software and mobile device management.
Donna Trahar, Head of Partners said: “We are very honoured to be awarded finalist in this very competitive category.It is a massive achievement that the whole team should be recognised for all their effort and also be proud of”.
The Football Business Awards are now in their 7th year and this year the judging panel of Football CEO’s had a harder task than ever. The 2018 shortlist boasts some of the names in football and associated businesses.
Chelsea, Leicester City, Manchester City, Manchester United, Norwich City, Aston Villa, Everton, Fulham, Liverpool, Barcelona, Newcastle United, West Ham are all recognised in the finalist line up, along with ILG Business Ltd.
The finalists beat off competition from hundreds of businesses that entered, across all the award categories.
The winners will be announced at the ceremony at City Central at the HAC on Thursday 22nd November.
With an illustrious judging panel selected for their particular experience and expertise the FBA’s has grown into a significant annual networking event. The awards are becoming more and more difficult to win every year, and an increasingly valuable marketing badge for those who manage to do so. This year the awards are going to be presented as Gold, Silver and Bronze awards to reflect the increasing quality of the submissions.
The Football Business Awards recognise and reward the hard work that takes place in supporting the success of the game. This is the national event at which all the achievements off the pitch are celebrated at the end of the year.