2023 Awards Highlights
2022 Awards Highlights
SME of the Year: Whiskey & Wealth Club
Entrepreneur of the Year: Daniel Priestley
New Business of the Year: Seeblue Marketing
Growth Business of the Year: Killing Kittens
Business Innovation of the Year: ScenePro Digital
Sustainable Business of the Year: DPD UK
Champions in a Crisis: Network Central
What our Judges will be looking for…
Professor Ainurul Rosli
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Entering awards can boost your business profile
The Business Champion Awards
offer a unique opportunity to showcase the
best innovators, leaders and entrepreneurs in the country
The awards recognise the
achievements of all kinds of businesses
, large and small, across different sectors and across the whole of the UK
So, what makes a great entry and what's in it for the winners?
Below are some hints and tips to ensure you make the best submission possible!
Give yourself enough time
Our judges know immediately who spent time preparing a thoughtful award submission and who didn't!
Stay on point
Make sure your answer addresses the question and stay on topic
Stay on point
Sounds obvious, right? You'd be surprised how many people skip questions! Every question left unanswered results in a judge marking down your application
Stick to the word count
Be concise - you have a limited space to grab the attention of the judges!
Give facts and figures - winning entries always show proof of the claims they're making
Get your staff and co-workers involved
Collect evidence, metrics, examples, testimonials or anything else needed for your application
Include the icing
Don't forget to include achievements or activity in areas like community involvement, staff training, health and wellbeing
Put the deadline December 15th in your diary
This may seem obvious, but set reminders and don't leave it to the last minute!
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