Small Businesses go Head-to-head for Dell Award of Excellence
IT firm Dell is offering UK small businesses that enter its 2008 Small Business Excellence Awards the chance to win £15,000 worth of its products and services.
Entrants to the awards must have less than 100 employees and be able to demonstrate how they have applied technology to offer an exceptional customer experience. The closing date for entries is 31st May.
The winners will also receive best practice sharing with Dell executives including Michael Dell and a ten-year membership to an Accredited Chamber of Commerce. Nine finalists will receive a Dell business class laptop and one-year membership.
In addition, the winner will be automatically entered into the Dell’s Global Small Business Excellence Award, which offers a chance to win £25,000 of its products and services, as well as lifetime membership of the Independent Council for Small Businesses.
“Small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy. We want to reward fast-growing, successful UK companies that have set a positive example for how to use technology to help drive growth and customer experience,” said Dell senior vice president for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Dave Marmoti.
“Having the right technology is crucial for any small business seeking to gain an edge over the competition. Dell recognises the importance of small businesses to the UK economy and we are delighted to be backing this award,” said BCC managing director John Dunsmore.
More details of the awards and online entry forms can be found on the Dell website www.dell.co.uk/ceaward