Nominations deadline extended for the West Midlands Business Masters Awards
After several requests, we have extended the deadline for our West Midlands Business Masters Awards – giving you an extra week to nominate your business superstars of the last months.
The new deadline for entries is Friday July 22.
The West Midlands Business Masters are back this Autumn to recognise and celebrate the region’s success stories from the past 12 months.
The annual dinner and award ceremony is a key event in the region’s business calendar and entries are currently open, but for 2022 the awards include four new categories.
For the first time ever this year’s awards will recognise the Employer of the Year, a public or private sector organisation that excels for its workforce – whether through investment in skills and training, innovations around flexible working, workplace. wellbeing initiatives of support for groups and individuals.
Alongside this the former professional services award has now been split into three categories, Law Firm, Accountancy Firm and Finance Provider, highlighting the fantastic work being done within the professional services industry within the community.
Entries are open now for all categories until 15 July, with a shortlist announced over summer ahead of the winners being revealed as part of TheBusinessDesk.com’s annual West Midlands Business Masters dinner on Thursday, November 3, at the Macdonald Burlington Hotel in Birmingham.
This year’s awards are sponsored by ART Business Loans, Azets, Bevan Brittan, Flexioffices, Growth Plans, Partners& and Oxygen Enterprise Partners.
The Business Masters awards have categories for businesses of all types of businesses, from start-ups to global brands with the newest additions, the categories of Disruptor and Sustainability returning for 2022 to recognise achievements in two areas that have become much more important – how businesses are harnessing the power of tech to change their company and industry, and how they are addressing environmental issues to be a more considerate company.