Another company with a base in Cornwall has won a national Rural Business Award in the 'Triumph over Adversity' category after the winners were announced on February 25 2021.

The Tiny Box Company, which has a base of operations in Redruth, Cornwall, is a UK supplier of recycled and eco-friendly packaging and it’s manufacturing company, Tiny Box Maker, specialises in handmade, bespoke gift boxes for small businesses and corporate industries.

Speaking after winning the award, Rachel Watkyn, managing director of Tiny Box Company, said: "I am truly humbled to receive the Triumph Over Adversity Award alongside every other worthy winner in this category at the Rural Business Awards.

"The past year has been especially difficult for businesses, so to receive this award means the absolute world to our Tiny Team.

"I want the success of Tiny Box Company to be a glimmer of hope for anyone who is currently struggling or has struggled in the past – better days are on the horizon.

"Thank you, Rural Business Awards and Amazon."

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Director and Co-Founder of The Rural Business Awards, Jemma Clifford, said: "This year has been an unprecedented challenge for businesses across the country but we have still had a fantastic amount of entries from rural businesses, showing the true determination of people working in the rural economy.

"Here at the Rural Business Awards we remain committed to our vision of showcasing the fantastic work of rural businesses and believe that it has never been more important than now.

"On behalf of the RBA team, we want to say well done to Tiny Box Company."