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Oxfordshire Business Awards 2014

PUBLISHED: 17:02 20 February 2014 | UPDATED: 17:03 20 February 2014

Oxfordshire Business Awards 2014

Oxfordshire Business Awards 2014


The search is on to find the county’s top performers in the Oxfordshire Business Awards. Enter now.

For 20 years, the Oxfordshire Business Awards has been recognising, rewarding and promoting the excellence of Oxfordshire-based companies. Organised and supported by 15 of the county’s leading organisations, the Awards are firmly established as a benchmark for excellence in today’s competitive business environment.

If you believe you have a client / business contact that would do well, why not tell them about the Oxfordshire Business Awards?

Entries are open now, with categories to fit an array of businesses. This year, there are two new Awards - The Oxfordshire Apprenticeship of the Year Award and The Ridgeway Digital Innovation Award. Entry to the Awards is free and simple and can be done online only.

Closing date for entries is Friday February 28 so plenty of time to enter to be considered as a winner or finalist of the Oxfordshire Business Awards 2014. To enter visit


The 2014 Award Categories are:

The Oxfordshire County Council Energy & Environment Award

The Oxford Brookes University Innovation Award

The Oxford Times Charity and Community Award

The Ridgeway Digital Innovation Award

The Four Pillars Cultural Events and Tourism Award

The Heart Marketing Excellence Award

The Hays Customer Care Award

The Carter Jonas Export Award

The LEP New Business Award

The Milton Park Small Business Award

The NatWest Large Business Award

The Blue Law by Darbys Employer of the Year Award

The Oxfordshire Apprenticeship of the Year Award

The Shaw Gibbs Young Business Person of the Year Award

The Shaw Gibbs Business Person of the Year Award

The Owen Mumford Business of the Year Award


Oxfordshire Business Awards Dinner - Friday June 20 2014

The Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel, Sandford on Thames

You can purchase your tickets to attend the Oxfordshire Business Awards Dinner from Monday 2nd December and for a limited time only you can purchase your tickets/table of ten at a discounted price of £75 per ticket / £750 per table plus VAT. This offer is open for a limited time and you will need to have reserved and paid for your attendance before Friday January 31, 2014. After this date, tickets shall return to their usual cost of £80 per ticket and £800 per table. To reserve your place at the Awards Dinner please contact either Jane Reeve at Darbys Solicitors LLP or call 01865 811218


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