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Cirencester Business Awards 2014 nominations open

PUBLISHED: 12:12 20 February 2014 | UPDATED: 12:13 03 March 2014

Cirencester Business Awards

Cirencester Business Awards

Cirencester Business Awards

Cirencester Business Awards 2014 nominations open

Cirencester Chamber of Commerce’s Business Awards sponsored by Morris Owen, now in their fourth year, saw a record turnover of over 60 people to the launch event this year at the Corinium Museum.

Cirencester Chamber of Commerce President, Anthony Flynn, said: “As the President I am determined to ensure these awards remain credible and authentic, and to engage as widely as possible with the Cirencester business community.”

This year businesses will battle it out to compete in eight categories:

New Business of the Year

Award Sponsor: Air Salvage International

Business Person of the Year

Award Sponsor: Investec

Team of the Year

Award Sponsor: McGills

Innovation of the Year

Award Sponsor: Davey Franklin Jones

Marketing & PR Campaign of the Year

Award Sponsor: Soaring Worldwide

Entertainment Experience of the Year

Sponsorship Opportunity available for this Award

Green Business of the Year

Award Sponsor: The Bathurst Estate

Young Business Person of the Year

Award Sponsor: Royal Agricultural University

The Awards’ media partners are supporting Awards:

The Wilts and Glos Standard Customer Service Award

Cirencester Scene Creative Champions Award

Cotswold Life is also supporting an award:

The Business & Professional Life Cirencester Ambassador Award and we’d like you to tell us if you know of an individual or business who regularly go above and beyond the call of duty to make Cirencester a better place for all, someone who celebrates this fantastic town or perhaps a business/event which works hard to bring people into Cirencester.

Voting closes 28th March, please note the person or business you nominate must be in the GL7 postcode, to nominate email ceri.mcqueen@archant.co.uk.

The awards will be announced on Friday 16th May at Cirencester Chamber of Commerce’s annual Awards Dinner, being held at The Royal Agricultural University.


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