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10 January 2020 0 Comments
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Royds Withy King supports Oxfordshire companies with Business Awards sponsorship

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Royds Withy King has been announced as one of the lead sponsors of this year’s Oxfordshire Business Awards (OXBA).

The law firm, which has offices along the M4 from Bristol to London, including two in Oxfordshire, is sponsoring the Small Business Award. The category is open to any business in Oxfordshire with a turnover of less than £7.5 million, irrespective of size.

Oxford Business Awards

The awards were launched at the Oxford Science Park last night. Former entrants, winners, finalists and sponsors gathered to celebrate as entries were officially opened.

The closing date for this year’s awards will be 13 March, with the winners announced at a dinner on 12 June.

For 26 years, OXBA has been recognising, rewarding and promoting the excellence of Oxfordshire-based companies. The awards are organised and supported by 13 of the county’s leading organisations, such as Royds Withy King, whose clients include individuals through to multi-national FTSE companies.

Simon Bassett, Partner and Regional Lead at Royds Withy King’s Oxford office, attended the launch event.

He said: “We’re very pleased to be supporting such a prestigious event which is firmly established as a benchmark in excellence in today’s competitive business environment.

“Royds Withy King is totally committed to the local communities it serves and investing in key events is an integral part of our culture. We’re excited about working with the Awards committee and meeting all the finalists later this year.”

OXBA Chairman, Paul Lowe, said: “We are delighted to have the support of Royds Withy King. The firm is a natural fit for forward-thinking, dynamic businesses and industry disruptors and we’re looking forward to working with them as we champion the businesses and individuals who have made a positive impact in Oxfordshire. We’d also like to thank them for their involvement.”

For more information about OXBA, visit

To find out more, contact our Oxford office

01865 792 300     Email

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