Prefix Systems have become the first company ever in the history of the prestigious Red Rose Awards for Lancashire businesses, to win in three separate categories.
The conservatory and extended living space specialists won Construction Business of the Year, Manufacturing Business of the Year and Medium Business of the Year categories, an unprecedented achievement. Prefix Systems has in recent years evolved from a conservatory roofing specialist into a broader role, helping to redefine the market for extended living. This includes their proven tiled GardenRoom solution, which has truly captured the imagination of their customer base.
The Red Rose Awards was held on the 12th March 2015 at the impressive Empress Ballroom at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens, with over 1,000 guests in attendance. This was an event where Lancashire business, commerce and industry was celebrated in style and the Red Rose Awards is an achiever in itself, having been named the best B2B awards event of 2014 at the PPA Connect Awards.
According to the judges, ‘Prefix’s products, which they design and manufacture themselves, are highly innovative and are unrivalled within the construction sector making it a true market leader.’ They also went on to say that ‘this business is on a terrific trajectory’ and that ‘they listen to their customers, they innovate, they invest and re-invest in infrastructure, they have an eye on the environment and they just “get it”.’
Chris Baron co-director of Prefix Systems commented: ‘We’re quite staggered to receive three awards, the first time ever in the history of the Red Rose Awards. This is a true reflection on all the hard effort each and everyone involved in Prefix has put into the business and we’re overwhelmingly proud of this.’
Chris Cooke, co-director of Prefix Systems concludes: ‘Prefix is now taking a leading stance in the development of the market for extended living and we believe that the future for our customers and Prefix looks quite incredible. These awards show just how much we’ve achieved over the last three years and the next three really do look just as exciting, given the product developments planned.’