Joy for Magnus PR and Lovewell Blake at awards ceremony

The owner of Lowestoft-based PR, marketing and promotions agency, Magnus PR, Ann-Marie Doggett, was

The owner of Lowestoft-based PR, marketing and promotions agency, Magnus PR, Ann-Marie Doggett, was awarded the prestigious title of ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ at the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft and Waveney Business Awards. Picture: Magnus PR - Credit: Archant

The owner of a PR, marketing and promotions agency is celebrating after being crowned Entrepreneur of the Year at the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft and Waveney Business Awards.

The ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ award. Picture: Magnus PR

The ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ award. Picture: Magnus PR - Credit: Archant

Businesswoman Ann-Marie Doggett, who started Magnus PR just over a year ago, said: "It really is the best feeling ever.

Staff from Lovewell Blakes Lowestoft office with the Employer of the Year trophy they won at the Low

Staff from Lovewell Blakes Lowestoft office with the Employer of the Year trophy they won at the Lowestoft & Waveney Chamber Business Awards. From left: Sharon Chatfield, Olivia McBride, Beth Carpenter and partner Andrew Turner. Picture: Newman Associates PR - Credit: Archant

"I cannot explain how utterly proud and thankful I am."

Ann-Marie's next event is a Vintage and Retro Christmas Market - featuring stalls, music, food and drink and exhibitions - which is being held at The Players Theatre in Lowestoft on Sunday, December 1 from 1pm to 7pm.

? Chartered accountants Lovewell Blake were also celebrating after being crowned Employer of the Year at the business awards.


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The firm, which has offices on Quay View Business Park in Lowestoft and Quay Street in Halesworth, said it was "very pleasing" to be recognised.

Lovewell Blake partner James Shipp, who is based at the firm's Lowestoft office, said: "We are delighted to win this award, which confirms our position as an employer which makes great efforts to open up opportunities for our people, helps them develop meaningful and fulfilling careers, and creates a great place to work."

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