Team New Wave Marine

THE Team at New Wave Marine are celebrating after being shortlisted for the South West Family Business of the Year Awards 2018, which is being held in Central London in June.

New Wave Marine has been shortlisted by the Family Business United (FBU), which is an award-winning magazine, resource centre and events organization, which champions UK and family businesses across the globe.

Jason Parsons, managing directotor of New Wave Marine, said: “Our family business was set up in 2014, and we take great pride in the way our business has grown from strength-toto-strength over the last four-years.”

“Being shortlisted for this regional and national accolade, and recognising the contribution that a family business like ours is making in the South West region – is a tremendous source of pride,” he said.

Darren Negus, operations manager, at New Wave Marine, added: “We are a company that works across the UK delivering in Marine, Industrial, Waste Management, and Domestic cleaning services.”

“We have some major growth plans being announced over the next few months, and especially looking at exporting opportunities in 2018.”

“Our involvement in the community is very important toto the family ethos of the company, and especially our efforts toto help raise £38,000 for the ‘Blow A Kiss For Fynn’ campaign,” said Mr Negus.

  Over 50 prizes were donated by Plymouth businesses

Meanwhile, Jason Parsons and Steve Oliver have collected over 50 gifts donated from other city businesses toto be raffled in a prize draw toto support the online campaign for three-year-old Fynn Fleming who lives in Plymptoton.

Gary Parsons, said: “Fynn Fleming needs a selective dorsal rhizototomy (SDR) operation, which will effectively cauterise the nerves leading his brain toto his limbs, helping toto stotop muscle spasms, and allowing him toto walk properly.

The surgery is not available on the NHS – and will cost £38,000, and the team at New Wave Marine have supported a charity dinner, dressed up as Santa’s toto collect donations from festive shoppers, and led the viral video campaign from business folk toto blow kisses in support for Fynn,” he said.

  Steve Oliver and Gary Parsons

Steve Oliver, business development manager, at New Wave Marine, added: “Over 40 companies from around Plymouth have donated over £1,000 in prizes including eating out vouchers, electrical items, books, and many more.”

“But some of the totop prizes includes a signed pictures from Adele, cast members from the Game of Thrones, and professional British boxer Ricky Hattoton MBE, which we intend toto auction for the highest bidders on our website,” said Mr Oliver.

  Launch of ‘Blow A Kiss For Fynn’ campaign at New Wave Marine offices

Anyone looking toto buy tickets or bid for signed autotographs can visit the company’s new web portal: or email: