A West Midlands IT firm has won a double accolade - picking up two awards at separate ceremonies within hours of each other.
Bit10, which is based at the University of Warwick Science Park in Coventry, picked up the Mustard.uk.com " Champions of Enterprise" award followed by the Deloitte & Touche "Technology Fast 50" for the Midlands and Northern region.
Alexander Craig, senior director of the company which builds websites and Internet solutions, said: " This is a fantastic achievement - we are absolutely thrilled.
"We have been in the Fast 50 for five years running which shows that not only are we growing - we are sustaining it year on year.
" The Mustard award recognises that we are committed to the continued development of our staff as well as the fact that we are a job creator.
"It is really good news for the company and we hope there will be even more exciting times ahead."
The Mustard. uk. com award recognises firms for exceptional use of the grant issued by the agency.
Around 2,500 firms have been awarded funding over the past five years. Just 25 of those companies were selected to receive a Champions of Enterprise award.
The Deloitte & Touche Technology Fast 50 recognises the fastest growing IT firms in the Midlands and the Northern region.
Mr Craig added: "For a company that started as two guys working in a bedroom, we are delighted that we have come this far. We now employ 24 people and we are firmly committed to continuing expansion."
Angela Childs, of the University of Warwick Science Park, said: "bit10 is a shining example of the type of company the Science Park is here for.
"They came here as a relatively small firm with ambition to grow. Last year they surpassed £1 million turnover for the first time and have increased their staff.
"These awards are great recognition of their achievements and we are pleased for them."