Jackson Fire & Security picked up top regional award for business growth at the West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce Annual Ball.

The yearly showpiece event was held at The Pavilion in Chester Racecourse on Friday 13th October 2017, celebrating the achievements of businesses from across North Wales and West Cheshire. Welcoming over 300 guests to the venue, this year saw the most popular and well attended Annual Ball to date, breaking record numbers for the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce. Jackson Fire & Security were recognised for demonstrating business growth through the development of their regional branch network across the UK. The business was started from the home of managing director Steve Jackson in 1991 with a network of engineers visiting commercial premises to service fire extinguishers. Over the last two decades, the company have grown their solutions to offer installations and maintenance of fire and intruder alarm systems, together with CCTV and access control to businesses across the region. The last few years has seen the company expand across the UK opening regional branches to focus on providing a truly local service to customers further afield. Jackson Fire & Security now have 9 regional branches across the UK. In 2017 alone, Jackson Fire & Security have opened regional branches in Bolton, Walsall, Warrington, Guildford and Teesside. Managing Director Steve Jackson said: “We were delighted to pick up the award on the night after being shortlisted amongst some of the very best in the region." “To win is a brilliant achievement for each and every one of our employees who have worked hard to develop the business.” “Our team had a fantastic evening and it was nice to get Chamber members together to celebrate all our achievements over the last 12 months.” The Jackson Fire & Security team will continue to be friendly faces within the crowd at future Chamber events and will be able to assist members with their wealth of knowledge in fire and security systems wherever possible.
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