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22.11.2016, 11:52

Awards for Energy & Telecomms Consultancy

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Energy and telecommunications consultancy MAXIMeyes has won the ‘Best Customer Services’ of the year award at the Sutton Excellence Business Awards. The company was also commended as ‘SME Business of The Year’ by the panel that named its founder, Shamir Jiwa, as the London Borough's ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’.

Energy and telecommunication consultancy MAXIMeyes, managed by Shamir Jiwa, has received two top awards at the Sutton Excellence Business Awards 2016.


Held at the Holiday Inn in Sutton on 17 November, the awards honour the finest business achievements of the past twelve months. The team at MAXIMeyes was awarded with ‘Best Customer Services’ of the year and was commended as ‘SME Business of The Year’. MAXIMeyes CEO and founder, Shamir Jiwa, was also awarded with the ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ award.


Since opening in 2004, the business has seen significant growth in revenue and profit figures, revolutionising the energy consultancy sector. Commenting on the result Shamir Jiwa, CEO, said: “To win any business award is fantastic but to win two awards in the town where you have lived and worked all your life, is even greater achievement. The team has worked so hard for this and I’m delighted for them, they all deserve it”.


MAXIMeyes has also recently launched the Fuel the Change initiative, to help lift 1,000 homes out of fuel poverty by 2020. Justyna Nowicka, CCO commented: “We believe that business value and social impact can go hand in hand. Being presented with two Sutton Business Awards this year is very inspiring and will motivate us in our mission to using our business as a force for good”. 

Sutton Business Excellence Awards are managed by Successful Sutton, an independent Business improvement district (BID). Successful Sutton is a non-profit organisation led and funded by businesses to make Sutton town centre a better place to live, work, shop and do business.





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