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Surrey Heath business awards open for nominations
6:07pm 6th January 2016
Nominations for Surrey Heath's business awards are now open.
2016 marks the third annual awards.
They will take place in March, hosted during Surrey Heath’s Business Breakfast event at Camberley Theatre.
It is free to put yourself forward or nominate another business.
Six awards are up for grabs in total.
New Business - Spotlighting new and emerging businesses.
Developing Talent - Recognising businesses that provide opportunities for personal development.
Marketing Success - Creative marketing with measurable results.
Social/Environmental Responsibility - Recognising organisations who take responsibility towards the community and the environment.
Best Village or Rural Business- Spotlighting businesses located within rural or village areas.
Outstanding Achievement - New for 2016 this one celebrates a company, organisation or individual who has significantly contributed to the growth and success of the Surrey Heath business community over a number of years.
Businesses can also enter more than one category.
The closing date is Monday February 15.
The short-listed candidates will be invited to the awards ceremony, due to be held on Friday March 18.
Each winner will receive a certificate and promotion in Heathscene magazine, the council’s website and on social media.
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