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Just 2 days left to enter #ChamberAwards 2018 - Apply today!



There are just two days to go until entries close for the #ChamberAwards 2018.

Recognising and rewarding excellence in local business, the Chamber Business Awards are one of the UK’s most contested and prestigious business award programmes.

This year Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry will crown a number of local category winners who go on to compete against the winners from 11 other regions across the UK, culminating in a Gala Awards Dinner which will take place at Tobacco Dock, London on 29 November 2018.

Last year two Northern Ireland firms took centre stage in London with Linwoods scooping the national award for Exporter of the Year and Flynn picking up the national Health & Wellbeing award.

Previous local and national winners have benefited from press coverage in Ambition magazine, Belfast Telegraph, Irish News, News Letter, Daily Mirror, Sky News, the Ulster Tatler and regional press titles.

Our 2018 Chamber Awards categories
Small Business of the Year
Export Business of the Year
Best Use of Technology Award
Employer of the Year
Workplace Wellbeing Award
Customer Commitment Award
Digital Communications Campaign of the Year
Education and Business Partnership
High Growth Business of the Year
Give your business a winning chance
Easy, online entry process
Full category information to support your entry
Awards website updated weekly with information and inspiration
Winning case studies
Insider tips and tricks on making your case
The entry process couldn’t be simpler, with full category details and submissions made online on the Chamber Awards website.
Key dates:
Closing date: 29 June 2018
Regional winners announced: 24 Sept 2018
London Dinner: 29 Nov 2018

Entry fee:
Free and only available for entry to members of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry.




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