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CATSURVEYS Sponsoring and Judging the Essex Business Excellence Awards 2015

Having previously won and judged for the Essex Business Excellence Awards, ISO accredited CATSURVEYS Group are delighted to be sponsoring and judging the Award for Innovation in the Essex Business Excellence Awards for another year, taking part in celebrating the success of exceptional businesses in Essex that are flourishing and creating new jobs across the county. Essex is the hub for start-up businesses and it gives us a chance to meet some exceptionally talented people with fresh Innovative ideas. The awards are open to any businesses come big or small, giving the chance for them to stand out from the crowd and to be recognised for their achievements. This is a super event and CATSURVEYS enjoys every process from entry to finally meeting and awarding the winners. It is a great networking experience for everyone getting involved and a chance to meet others alike, and it generates lots of exposure with media coverage in the Essex Chronicle and Brentwood Gazette, helping to drive companies to the next level and achieve great success.

About the judges

Janos Dobsi

Janos Dobsi – Owner & Managing Director

Janos is a qualified civil engineer; he is the driving force for the commercial and financial management of the company. Janos joined CATSURVEYS at the very beginning and has worked his way through all departments to gain insight of every aspect of the business. Janos is a gifted individual, who has the ability to look at the bigger picture and bring cutting edge technology to this industry.

PaulPaul Collins – Senior GPR Technician

Paul Collins is CATSURVEYS Senior GPR Technician in charge of our MGPR (Mobile Ground Penetrating Radar). Paul works directly with our leading clients insuring our winning packages get delivered on time and within budget.

CATSURVEYS Group wishes all entries the best of luck and we look forward to meeting the candidates.

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