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House of Solus Bespoke Jewellery Attend Coventry Excellence Business Awards

02 Oct 2019

The ladies of bespoke jewellery company and NAJ member, House of Solus, were invited to the prestigious Coventry Excellence Business Awards last Thursday night, and it was certainly a night to remember.

Held at the Ricoh arena, CEO Gemma Perry, along with marketing and communications manager Kate Lewis represented the bespoke jewellery company based on Warstone Lane in the Jewellery Quarter. The brand were exclusively invited by brand agency Champions and were excited to be amongst some of the best businesses in the region.

For us it was a night to celebrate and promote the hard work that House of Solus has been doing over the last twelve months. To be recognised for that and to be invited to such an inspiring event was an honour

Gemma Perry, CEO

The evening celebrated businesses from across all sectors, with 14 award categories that celebrated and recognised the determination and energy that these businesses have, especially in tough and uncertain economic times. Hosted by comedian Mark Dolan and presenter Lucy Nicholls, the evening provided entertainment along with a three course meal. Most importantly the women got the opportunity to talk to other businesses about the work they do and the company’s aspirations for the next business year.

We’ve worked really hard the last year. From releasing exciting new designs on our website, to designing some truly unique, bespoke jewellery for our clients - it’s very flattering to be recognised and to be invited to the Coventry Business awards for the work we do within the Jewellery Quarter.

Kate Lewis, Marketing and Communications Manager

The two women are also honoured to join Champions Agency at their table for the Birmingham Business Awards in November. For the bespoke brand, the awards are a chance to shine a light on the work that House of Solus are bringing to the Jewellery Quarter.

Left: Kate Lewis, right: Gemma Perry