Laila named as one of Lancashire’s ‘Hidden Heroes’ at St Georges Day Event

Business Cloud magazine hosted a business event recognising 12 inspirational individuals who have made significant,  contributions to the industries in which they operate.

Business Cloud Editor, Chris Maguire, hosted panel interviews with each to find out what makes them tick and where their endless motivation comes from.Hidden Heroes 1

Commenting on her inclusion in the Hidden Heroes event Laila commented, “I am always amazed when people recognise the work I am doing as to me I am just doing my everyday job.  We have an experienced team staff at Laila’s Fine Foods, many of whom have gone through our growth journey with us so it inspires me to watch them develop as within our business.  We are proud to be a Lancashire Business and are committed to continue to contribute positively to our community.”

The business panel and Awards, formed part of the 10th anniversary of Lytham’s St George’s Day Festival, an event which has grown over the years, last year raising over £100,000 for charities, ABF The Soldier’s Charity, Trinity Hospice and the Love Lowther.

A Full list of the 2018 Hidden Heroes can be found below:

1. Andy Holt, WhatMore and owner Accrington Stanley FC
2. Matthew Hirst, chief executive, Utiligroup
3. Steven Croft, cricketer
4. Helen Broughton MBE, Managing Director, Danbro
5. Laila Remtulla MBE, managing director of Laila’s Fine Foods
6. Hannah Wild, founder, Supplement Solutions
7. Francine Healey, Head of Private Sector Development, OnSide Youth Zones
8. William Fletcher, MD, Recycling Lives
9. Chris Fisher, The Blind Wood Turner
10. Andrew Poar, founder and director, Eat My Logo
11. Jeremy Lefton, managing director, Roundhouse Momentum Developments
12. Peter Street, chairman and owner, Cardboard Box Company