Health-on-Line, sponsors of the Rock Star Awards 2017, are celebrating hardworking young people between the ages 16 and 26 for their outstanding achievements or contributions to their company.
Having selected their three talented finalists for The Rising Star of the Future Award, they will be announcing their overall winner at a glamorous awards ceremony. This will be held at the Bournemouth O2 Academy on 19th October 2017.
This year over 800 applications, the highest the awards have ever seen, were received across all nine categories of the Rock Star Awards. Coming together for the awards ceremony, the regions top businesses will acknowledge young people from across Dorset and Hampshire for their extensive achievements in work, education or against adversity. Health-on-Line’s chosen finalists for The Rising Star of the Future Award are Danielle Dwyer, Roxanne Opas and Declan Cole.
Vicky Young from Health-on-Line said:
“We are pleased to be supporting young people in the community. Contributing new ideas and enthusiasm, under 26-year-olds play an integral part in the future success of many local businesses. We, therefore, want to ensure that our region’s rising stars receive the recognition they deserve.’’
Since its initial launch in 2000 private medical insurer, Health-on-Line has seen phenomenal growth and still continues to be one of the largest recruiters within Bournemouth. Having gone from 80 employees in 2012 to over 500 in 2019 the company has gone from strength to strength since being part of AXA, and is now regarded as the individual centre of excellence for Sales within the group.
Established in 2012, The Rock Star Awards were founded by Angela Piromalli, the Managing Director of Rock Recruitment. They seek to acknowledge exceptional young people, who have achieved outstanding grades or have seized upon an employment opportunity and turned it into a fantastic start to their career.
At the biggest Rock Star awards ceremony to date, gifted entertainer Paul Kinvig Business Growth Coach & Facilitator, will compère on the night. The event will also help to raise funds for the Royal Bournemouth Hospital Charity BERTIE platform, which supports young people and adults with Type 1 diabetes.