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Iglu.com wins Best Large Business at the Merton Best Business Awards 2019

Iglu.com wins Best Large Business at the Merton Best Business Awards 2019

Last night we won Best Large Business at the Merton Best Business Awards. Now in its seventh year, the awards recognise and promote greatness in the borough.

The finalists for Best Large Business were Domestic & General, Iglu.com, and itsu. New Wimbledon Theatre was sponsoring the award and handed out the prize on the night. There were 33 finalists across 16 categories including Best Customer Service, Best New Business, Best Pub of the Year, Best Restaurant of the Year, and Positive Workplace.

Iglu.com is a travel agency specialising in ski holidays (Iglu Ski) and cruise holidays (Iglu Cruise & Planet Cruise). Our offices and call centre are located on The Broadway in Wimbledon.

The 2019 Merton Best Business Awards were held at the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon. Congratulations to all the winners!

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