Are you the final hero we are looking for?

11th November 2020

In October, the British Chambers of Commerce launched a campaign to recognise the incredible work that UK businesses are doing, in the most challenging of years.

They received some fantastic stories about businesses and individuals across the UK.

19 organisations in Sheffield were selected as UK Business Heroes, and the Sheffield Chamber and unLTD are excited to showcase these businesses in our next issue.

But, as it’s 2020 (and who doesn’t like a round number) we want to feature one more! If you want to tell unLTD readers how your business has gone the extra mile during the coronavirus outbreak to help your community, please let us know by contacting hello@unltdbusiness.com.

We would love to hear from businesses in any sector, of any size. Just send us about 100 words about your year, and we will select one more business to be the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce’ and unLTD Business’ final hero for 2020!

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