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Date published: 4th January 2018
The inaugural North Norfolk District Council Business Awards have been launched – and businesses across the district are being encouraged to put themselves forward to win one of the prestigious titles.
The awards (#NNBA18) are open to businesses of all sizes and across all sectors. The aim is to promote and celebrate the vibrant business community across North Norfolk, and to unearth some hidden gems during the process.
There are seven categories: Agricultural, Business Growth, Business Development & Innovation, Environmental, New Businesses, Tourism & Hospitality, and Young People & Skills.
Entries can be submitted until January 15, with the shortlisted businesses invited to an awards ceremony at Gresham’s School on February 15.
Cllr Tom FitzPatrick, Leader of North Norfolk District Council, said: “We regularly deal with some very successful and very exciting ventures, but too often these successes don’t get the recognition they deserve.
“This inaugural project will reveal some of the hidden business stories across North Norfolk, and give the district as a whole the chance to celebrate the vibrancy of our business community.”
Cllr Nigel Dixon, NNDC Portfolio Holder for Business & Economic Development, said: “There is huge diversity within the business community across North Norfolk, and these awards are designed to be relevant across all sectors.
“Many businesses will be keen to win their individual categories, but it’s just as important for us that every organisation that enters will benefit from taking part and be able to shout about all the successes they are having.”
The categories are being sponsored by Anglian Water, Archant, Eastlaw, New Anglia LEP and Norfolk Hideaways.
The awards night will be hosted by Chris Sargisson, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce.
He said: “ Norfolk businesses are in great shape and many lead the world within their chosen field by demonstrating the key attributes needed for success: dynamism, creativity and resilience, to name just a few.
“The future and growth of the economy across the county – including in North Norfolk – is centred on recognising brilliance, supporting the region as a place where success thrives and, most importantly, celebrating the best.”
To enter visit the North Norfolk District Council Business Awards website.
Last updated: 4th January 2018