Entry Deadline: 31st January 2020
With just over a week left until the deadline you need to be quick to submit your entry for the Best Business Awards. Organisations of all sizes are invited to enter, and there are lots of categories to suit you.
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As a winner of the Best Business Awards you will receive a press release with judges’ comments about why you have won, like the one below. These comments can also be used on your website and other marketing collateral at no cost and will be published on the Best Business Awards website, which is great for link building too. A winner’s trophy, certificate and logo may also be purchased, although this is optional.
The categories open for entry are:
-Best Customer Focus
-Best Small to Medium-Sized Business
-Best New Business
-Best Large Business
-Best New Product / Service (less than 2 years old)
-Best Product / Service Range
-Best Strategic Design / Creative
-Best Corporate Social Responsibility
-Outstanding Personal Achievement
-Outstanding Entrepreneur and Outstanding Female Entrepreneur
-Outstanding Non-Executive Director
-Best Health & Safety
-Best Information Technology
Organisations of any size may enter and many past winners are small and medium size businesses like Geeks, Vet Dynamics, O’Donovan Waste Disposal Ltd, Give a Grad a Go, SevenCapital and VHR. Big name past winners include DFS, Larkfleet Homes, Santander, Transport for London, The Body Coach and Vodafone.
Here is an example of the judge’s comments you would expect to see on your winner’s press release:
Commenting on Sté Tumba Capital, the winner in the Best New Business category, the chairman of the judges said: “Launched in 2016 by Stephanie Tumba without any business debt, Sté Tumba Capital has grown from strength to strength and become a multi-million Pound company in only a few years. By lending to start-ups and early-stage firms, it has helped entrepreneurs realise their dreams and supported new brands, such as Deliveroo and Blow Limited, to succeed. Over the past few years, Sté Tumba Capital has experienced growth of 10% to 15% every year, which is set to increase to 20%. A round of applause to Sté Tumba Capital for maintaining growth in a risky investment area.”
Check out the feedback from other past winners here.