Staffordshire based firm, Landpod, producer of the unique and quirky glamping pod, has been awarded the accolade of Best Manufacturing Business in the Midlands at the recent prestigious Amazon Rural Business Awards.

Their authentic pods are taking the glamping industry by storm with their user-driven layouts each hand-crafted by the devoted team of craftsmen. However this recent award not only recognises the company’s manufacturing skill-set, but also how their brand awareness has grown since the business launched in 2013.

The entire Landpod crew are involved in the design, manufacturing and sales s are delighted to have won this award, especially in an impressive field of fellow nominees.

Speaking about their impressive win, Jake Watson, Co-Founder and Creator,  says:  “I am honoured to receive Landpod’s first major award on behalf of the team. It has been incredibly enjoyable to be part of Landpod’s journey as it continues to grow and receive such overwhelming support from peers and customers alike.  The whole team are looking forward to the National Finals in February.  A massive thanks to the Rural Business Awards Team, and everyone who has joined us on our Landpod adventure so far.  Lots of Landpod Love!!”

The Rural Business Awards (RBAs) began in 2014 and are now in their 4th year.  The aim of the awards has not changed over the years with the focus on businesses operating across the Rural sector, with intention to acknowledge the breadth and depth of opportunity presented by the Great British countryside, as well as to celebrate the achievements of rural businesses, from engineering through to artisan food producers and professional services organisations.

The thirteen award categories were judged by an independent panel of judges drawn from the rural business sector, official agencies and rural charitable organisations, who focused on skills, work ethic, growth and unique manufacturing processes. The aim is to grow The Rural Business Awards to become the UK’s most prestigious and respected awards for rural businesses and to develop a strong network and community of rural business owners.

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