Fixter has been named as the winner of the New Business Award in the prestigious Franco-British Business Awards 2020.
The awards, now in its 21st edition, honours the outstanding contributions of French and British companies of various sizes, with the scale of this year’s applicants ranging from four employees to 270,000 worldwide.
The New Business Award recognises organisations that have a compelling vision and financial plan to reach its next stage of growth.
The online car maintenance provider was acknowledged for having ‘clear point of differentiation’ through its service offering,
Pascal Boris CBE, Chair of the jury and Honoury President of the French Chamber of Great Britain, said: “Despite the strong competition in the New Business category, Fixter stood out thanks to the strong leadership, stability and innovativeness conveyed by CEO Limvirak Chea.
“The jury is delighted to support the development of this promising start-up by awarding Fixter the New Business Award.”
Limvirak Chea, the chief executive and co-founder of Fixter, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded with the highly coveted New Business Award, presented by the French Chamber of Great Britain in its 21st edition of the Franco-British Awards.
“The accolade acknowledges our innovative vision and financial plan to not only establish ourselves, but excel within the car maintenance industry, thanks to our contactless, stress-free and transparent service.”
The Franco-British Business Awards are organised by the French Chamber of Great Britain.
Boris said: “I was honoured to chair the jury of the Franco-British Business Awards, and I would like to congratulate all the winners for standing out in such a competitive field.
“The jury was in the enviable position of having to choose from a shortlist of exceptional candidates demonstrating the innovativeness and creativity across our diverse network.”