The shortlist for the FSB Wales’ ‘Celebrating Small Business Awards 2018’ competition has been announced with firms across Wales competing for the awards at this years’ ceremony.

The finals of the FSB Wales contest will be held on February 6 in Cardiff at an event aimed at being a celebration of the thousands of small businesses that play such a vital part in making Wales such a vibrant place to live, work, study and visit.

The full shortlist for the Wales FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2018 is:

Business & Product Innovation Award The Financial Game
Mon Naturals
Craig Young Consulting Ltd
Business Exporter of the Year Net World Sports
HJ Weir
Digital Business of the Year Semester: Learning & Development Ltd
Sports Injury Fix
Employer of the Year Educ8 Group
The Number Hub
Little Inspirations Ltd
Ethical – Green Business MAYKHER
Adcote House
Anglesey Sea Zoo
Dr Zigs Ltd
Family Business of the Year Hugh Phillips Gower Butcher
Lawson Civil Engineering and Utilities Ltd
Craig Young Consulting Ltd
Micro Business of the Year Semantise Ltd
Slate Legal Limited
3RD Space at The Great Orme Brewery
Whitehead-Ross Education and Consulting Ltd
Ajuda Ltd
Scale Up Business of the Year Net World Sports
Little Inspirations Ltd
Start-up Business of the Year Ateb
totally sustainable
LVT Warehouse & Distribution Ltd
Enbarr Enterprises Limited
Triumph Over Adversity Newbolds
LVT Transport Ltd
Enbarr Enterprises Limited
Welsh In Business Award Swyddle


Janet Jones, FSB Wales Policy Unit Chair, said:

“I’m thrilled to see the sheer excellence and diversity in the pool of finalists for the FSB Awards.  Small businesses are an integral part of communities across Wales. Small businesses hire local staff, spend their money locally and are the reason that we can be so proud of Wales’ vibrant business culture.  I look forward to celebrating the contribution of these fantastic businesses with our finalists and winners on 6th February.”

The FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards recognise and celebrate the most outstanding smaller businesses, a sector that makes an overwhelming contribution to Wales’ economy and culture.

Tickets for the Wales final, held at Holland House Hotel in Cardiff on Tuesday, February 6, can be purchased by registering on