The Somerset Business Awards offers the perfect platform to put your company in the limelight and now help is at hand. A breakfast seminar on Wednesday 1st August at The Canalside in Bridgwater will give advice on how to write an impressive entry, maximise your chances of success and take full advantage of all the extra attention around your business!
Hosted by the Somerset Chamber of Commerce and leading accountancy firm Albert Goodman – the Somerset Business Awards’ main sponsor – delegates at the breakfast seminar will receive hints and tips for improving their applications from judges and sponsors. Chris Ryder – a Director at ADPR, who is sponsoring the Marketing & Promotion Award this year – will show how entrants can capitalise on the Awards through marketing activities.
Chris comments, “The breakfast workshops will provide businesses with vital inside information about what we, as judges, look for when assessing a business for the Awards. The Somerset Business Awards are becoming increasingly more competitive and standards are rising year on year, making it an even more prestigious accolade to win. The breakfast seminar will help businesses showcase the great things within their company and place them in the best position to submit a winning application.”
The Somerset Business Awards are open to Somerset companies of all types and sizes. Businesses can nominate themselves and are welcome to enter more than one category, but should make multiple applications online, ensuring they differentiate between the criteria of each award. To book onto the Somerset Business Awards awareness breakfast go to www.somersetbusinessawards.org.uk/
For entry details and to apply online, please visit www.somersetbusinessawards.org.uk. The closing date for award applications is 5.00 pm on 31 August.
Sponsored by Albert Goodman Chartered Accountants, which has offices throughout Somerset, the annual Somerset Business Awards are organised by the Somerset Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with a wide range of individual award sponsors from both the public and private sectors.