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Last chance to nominate for a Bury Free Press Business Award




Who should follow Treatt chief executive Daemmon Reeve as our Business Person of the Year? ANL-140217-122012005
Who should follow Treatt chief executive Daemmon Reeve as our Business Person of the Year? ANL-140217-122012005

Time is running out if you want to nominate a business or individual for the Bury Free Press Business Awards 2015.

If you not yet nominated the person or company you feel deserves it, you have until 5pm next Wednesday (August 12) to get your nominations in, either online or by post. Anyone can make a nomination.

Those nominations will go out to the judges the next day and the winners will be announced at a gala presentation evening in The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, on October 9.

The award categories are and their sponsors are:

Business of the Year, Bury Chamber of Commerce

Business Person of the Year, Ensors Chartered Accountants

Apprentice/Trainee of the Year, W S Training.

Contribution to the Community, Portcullis Market Access

International Trade, West Suffolk councils.

Best New Start-up, Menta.

Green/Environmental, Easton-Otley College

Employee of the Year, West Suffolk College.

Independent Retailer, Suffolk Agricultural Society

Customer Care, The Bury Free Press

Before you make a nomination, check the full criteria for the award you think applies and the nomination details by visiting http://bitly.com/BFPbizawards

You can also download a nomination form there.

If you would like a form posted to you, or for any more information on this year’s awards, please contact Mark Stanford on 01553 817354 or at mark.stanford@jpress.co.uk

You can also get tickets for the presentation evening by contacting Mark.

You can also ‘like’ the awards on Facebook at www.facebook.com/buryfreepress and follow them on Twitter via @buryfree and with the hashtag #BFPAwards



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