Logic Architecture has triumphed as the North East regional winner in the Local Business Accelerators awards.
The Middlesbrough-based business is hoping to bring back the national award as it prepares to represent the region, and go head-to-head with 11 other promising young businesses from across the UK.
Logic, which launched in October 2014, has quickly built a strong reputation for adding value to their clients and the communities in which they serve by applying a very unique commercially biased design ‘Logic’ to all their commissions which extracts maximum return on investment for their clients.
Senior architect Mark Barlow – pictured above, right, with (left to right) Patrick Barrett, Lee Robson, Ryan Dugdale and Andrew Mayfield – said: “We’re thrilled to have been selected to represent the region.
“As a relatively new business it is an absolute honour for the team to be recognised for the work that we are doing regenerating buildings and communities in the Northern Powerhouse.
Fronted by Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden, Local Business Accelerators is the media industry’s campaign to highlight the very best local businesses.
The judging panel chaired by Deborah Meaden shortlisted the final 11 businesses by reviewing originality of the business idea, their finances, communication skills, their contribution to the local community, and their potential to benefit from free local newspaper advertising.
The national winner, which will be announced on March 31, will receive personal business mentoring from Meaden herself and walk away with free advertising in their local newspaper.
The competition has a People’s Choice voting section and Logic Architecture are asking for people and businesses to vote for them by clicking here: www.localmediauk.org/Public-Voting