The Nectar Business Small Business Awards 2015
Entry to this year’s Nectar Business Small Business Awards is now open. You have until the 24th July 2015 to nominate your business for as many of the six categories as you like.
The awards are now in their 7th year and are going from strength to strength.
Previous winners have come from a range of sectors including creators of children’s books, inventors of ice cream, brewed beer and technology.
You can nominate your SME for free here.
Winners of each category can expect to receive £2,000 in cash, 50,000 Nectar points, business advice from leading experts and also great publicity for their SME.
The Categories include ‘Small Business of the Year’, ‘Innovation of the Year’, ‘Home Grown Business of the Year’, ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’, ‘Tradesperson of the Year’ and finally, ‘Contribution to the Community’.
“We were over the moon to have won the Contribution to the Community Award at Nectar Business Small Business Awards. Attending the round table and getting first-hand advice about our business has helped us take our mission to fight prostate cancer, one beer at a time, to the next level.”
– Matt Saddler, Co-Founder of Two Fingers Brewing Co.
(Nectar Small Business, Contribution to the Community winner 2014)
The winner of each category will be selected by this year’s five judges, Sarah Willingham, leading UK business women and BBC Dragon, Melissa Snover, Small Business of the Year winner 2013, Allan Dickson, Commercial Director at Dulux Decorator Centre, Adam Collett, Marketing Director of Brakes and finally, Will Shuckburgh, Managing Director of Nectar. The ‘Contribution to the Community’ award will also be open to a public vote via Facebook.
Entry is free of charge and you can find out what the judges are looking for and how to enter here.
Good luck from Frontline to all those small and mid sized businesses that are entering this year.