2020 Business Masters Awards launched
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TheBusinessDesk.com annual Masters Awards dinner is one of the key dinners in the region’s business calendar.
It attracts important influencers, decision-makers, business owners and senior managers from a wide range of high-profile companies and business sectors.
TheBusinessDesk.com has now launched the 2020 Business Masters, which will recognise the achievements of firms of all sizes across the region.
There are 13 award categories, covering the full range of business activity in the region.
There is one award, Ambassador, for the individual who has made an outstanding contribution either in leading their business or in representing the region or their sector on a bigger stage.
Alex Turner, joint managing director of TheBusinessDesk.com, said: “2019 has been a challenging year in many sectors but the uncertainty has seen the best businesses respond with resilience and imagination – investing, diversifying and disrupting to create success.
“At the same time, businesses in the region have been leading the way on issues including sustainability and workplace wellbeing, creating exciting opportunities while building businesses that people are proud to work for.”
The Business Masters winners will be revealed at TheBusinessDesk.com’s annual dinner at Queens Hotel, Leeds on Thursday March 26, 2020. Visit https://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/events/business-masters-awards-yorkshire-2020 to book a place.
Entries for the awards are open and must be submitted by the deadline of Friday December 13, 2019. Click here to see the Business Masters 2020 criteria, and download an Business Masters 2020 entry form here.
The Business Masters is also a great opportunity to promote your business to a large group of growing, ambitious companies in the region. Contact email@example.com to find out how your business can take advantage of these opportunities.
The 2020 Business Masters award categories are:
Contributing to the Community
Small Business (up to 50 employees)
Medium Business (51 to 250 employees)
Large Business (251+ employees)
Fast Growth Business