Celebrate your team by entering the 2020 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards
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We understand that these are uncertain and worrying times for businesses, but we still believe in the importance of celebrating their achievements.
Our awards programmes have been running for many years and although the current crisis is unprecedented in its scale, we think it’s important to still have something positive to look forward to.
We would like to keep the conversation going, to speak about all of the great things that businesses are doing in their communities and how you and the work you do is keeping our local economy moving.
Please talk to us, let us know your story.
We would like to hear how you are getting on and how you are weathering the storm that is upon us all.
Whether your firm is a multi-national that boasts millions of pounds in annual profit or an innovative start-up making waves in your sector, these awards are open to any business with a success story that deserves telling.
Whether we like it or not, the United Kingdom is facing a seismic change.
- 1 Man in 50s dies after medical incident in field
- 2 Glasses smashed and beer poured on pub floor after alcohol refusal
- 3 Roll up, roll up, for the Fenland Council mini ‘sale of the century’
- 4 Missing woman back home
- 5 Man in 30s dead, two arrested on suspicion of murder in Norfolk town
- 6 Motorists face extra time on journeys due to A141 closure
- 7 Zip-shaped mark on Rikki's body came from his anorak – the one used to strangle him, court told
- 8 Family's questions over Covid death of beloved hospital care worker
- 9 Car travelled wrong way down A1 before triple fatal crash, say police
- 10 Suspected poachers caught in farmyard raid as cops crackdown continues
The businesses that have not only survived but thrived during a prolonged period of political and economic turmoil deserve huge credit.
Now we face the coronavirus, another blow to our economy but one that we will collectively overcome.
One thing is certain – here in Fenland we have the skill, passion and ingenuity to ensure plenty of outstanding businesses will prosper whatever is around the corner.
This is about more than profit and loss though, it is about something far more important than brands and logos.
It is about overcoming adversity and celebrating your biggest asset – people. It is your workforce that got you here and they will get your business nominated.
Reasons to enter the awards include:
Gain business recognition
Attract and retain local talent
Boost staff morale
Create a unique selling point for your business
Create positive PR with your profile in-paper and online
“It gave a boost in confidence to all at Abtec and provided confidence for our customers in meeting their requirements”, said a spokesman for Abtec Industries Ltd, who won the customer service award in 2019.
This year’s awards take place at March Braza Club on Friday October 9. The entry deadline is July 17.
The categories include:
Business Growth Award
Business Person of the Year
Commercial Business in the Community /Corporate & Social Responsibility
Customer Service Award
Employer of the Year
Family Business of the Year
New Business of the Year
Small Medium Enterprise of the year
Supporting Young People Award
The Judges’ Award (cannot be directly entered)
Business of the year (cannot be directly entered)
Visit www.fenlandbusinessawards.co.uk to enter your business online.