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The clock is ticking for entries into the Belfast Business Awards

by • March 31, 2017 • BusinessComments (0)1076

With just five days left to enter the Belfast Business Awards, Gordon McElroy, President of Belfast Chamber of Commerce is encouraging all local businesses to get onboard and celebrate their achievements.

He said: “We are less than one week away from deadline for entries to the Chamber’s annual Belfast Business Awards, with Principal Sponsor, Bank of Ireland UK. These awards have become synonymous with recognising, promoting and rewarding the excellence of Belfast-based companies.

“By entering a Belfast Business Award you are saying to your staff, your customers and the rest of the business community that you are here, you are doing well and you are immensely proud of your achievements.

“If you are lucky enough to be a winner it gives your business such a fantastic platform to promote the business as well as a creating great feeling throughout the company.

“This year’s glittering, gala event will be held in the fantastic Titanic Belfast, the Worlds Number 1 tourist destination and we have increased our categories to 19 in total covering many areas of business from retail, hospitality, digital marketing, sustainability, family owned to growth and individual awards.

“We encourage as many businesses to enter as possible to showcase and celebrate their achievements. Entry is free and accessible from www.belfastbusinessawards.co.uk.”

The Belfast Business Awards will take place on Friday 26th May 2017 at Titanic Belfast. If you are interested in entering the Belfast Business Awards visit www.belfastchamber.com .Entry deadline is Tuesday 4th April at midnight.

Photo caption: Gordon McElory, President of Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce is pictured with Mark O’Brien, Commercial Bank Manager, Belfast City Branch, Bank of Ireland UK. Entry deadline is Tuesday 4th April at midnight, to enter visit: www.belfastchamber.com




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