Chairman Pete Winkelman was presented with the Lifetime Achievement award at Thursday’s Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards (MKBAA) evening.
The MKBAA ceremony, hosted by award-winning British journalist Kate Adie, is an annual showcase which celebrates businesses success throughout the region.
– the city’s dream since 1973.” mkstadium Speaking to mkdons.com, Winkelman said: “I’m extremely humbled, but proud to be recognised with this award. There have been many people involved in the great adventure of bringing professional football to Milton Keynes and also in building
Winkelman, to a standing ovation, collected his award from Dr Phil Smith, chair of MK Business Leaders Partnership.
The ceremony, held at DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes, saw Winkelman recognised for the astonishing contributions he has made to the Milton Keynes business community over the past 15 years.