growing business awards

Enter the Growing Business Awards 2010

Businesses with the potential to become industry-leaders have until 17th September to enter the prestigious Growing Business Awards. Organised by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the awards reward firms demonstrating excellence in any of ten categories that include innovation, environmental impact and customer service. Those interested in entering the specialist Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs should note the earlier deadline of 3rd September for applications. Each award winner will receive national media coverage and have the right to display the name of their award on their marketing material and stationery. The awards are open to independently owned UK businesses with 0-500 employees. Shortlisted firms will be interviewed by a judging panel that includes Lovefilm ch... »

Growing Business Awards to Recognise Firms Successes

Growing Business Awards to Recognise Firms Successes

Business owners seeking recognition for their firm’s successes have until 18 September to enter the Growing Business Awards, where the winners will gain extensive media coverage.  Organised by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the awards have been running for more than a decade, and seek to reward firms for excellence in every aspect of a business, including innovation, environmental impact, and customer service. According to the CBI, the winner of each award category will receive coverage on television and radio, as well as in national, regional and trade press. They will also have the right to display the name of their award on their advertising and stationery. To qualify, businesses must employ fewer than 500 people, be independently owned and based in the UK. Smal... »

Growing Business Awards

Last Chance for ‘Business Oscars’

Small businesses have until 19th September to enter the Growing Business Awards, dubbed by Gordon Brown as “the business equivalent of the Oscars”. Organised by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the awards have been running for ten years and recognise small businesses which have achieved outstanding success. To qualify, businesses must employ fewer than 500 people, be independently owned and based in the UK. Applicants are required to submit a 1,000–word explanation of why they should win the award, alongside three sets of audited accounts and financial projections for the next year. This year there are two new award categories: the Social Enterprise Award, which recognises the individual or organisation that has made the most significant contribution to social... »