Celebrating its tenth year, the prestigious Somerset Business Awards has officially launched amongst an array of influential business people, at the seventh annual Somerset in Business conference, on Thursday 5 June, Junction 24.
Sponsored by a variety of businesses from the county’s vibrant business community, including main sponsor, Albert Goodman, the Somerset Business Awards recognises and celebrates Somerset’s outstanding and diverse businesses.
Rupert Cox, CEO of the Somerset Chamber of Commerce – organisers of the Awards – opened the Awards, commenting, “This year marks ten years of thriving businesses and I am very proud to be involved with the Awards. Showcasing the best in Somerset, the Somerset Business Awards is a splendid celebration and I wish everyone the best of luck with their entries.”
Returning as main sponsor for its fifth year, Albert Goodman’s Managing Partner, David Griffin, says, “The Somerset Business Awards has become one of the most prestigious events in the business calendar and we are delighted to return as the main sponsor.
“The business benefits associated with the Awards are truly invaluable and simply by entering, it gives businesses the opportunity to evaluate and emerge as a better business. Businesses in Somerset continue to flourish and provide valuable growth in the local economy. On behalf of Albert Goodman, we wish all entries the very best of luck.”
Somerset businesses have a choice of 14 award categories to enter and winners of a Somerset Business Award enjoy great recognition for their work and experience a welcome boost in business.
The Somerset Business Awards is active on Twitter, please follow @SomBizAwards for all the latest news and updates with #SBA2014.
For entry details, please visit www.somersetbusinessawards.org.uk. The Awards will officially close for entries on 29 August 2013 at midday.