Sheffield Business Awards 2013

3rd September 2013

The Sheffield Business Awards are seen by many as the event to be at, and to be seen at, in our region.

This year celebrating it's 12th year and regularly attracting over 1000 guests, the event is now firmly established as Sheffield's premier showcase of business and enterprise. Held on the 5th December 2013 at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, the event is organised by Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and The Star. The awards are designed to recognise and reward Sheffield business success with the awards categories being refreshed each year to reflect the regions expertise and skills. Any business based within an 'S' postcode and all members of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce are eligible to enter the 14 categories with the shortlist for each category then being automatically submitted for a chance to win the prestigious 'Outstanding Business of the Year Award', sponsored by Sheffield Business School. Winners will automatically be entered into the Sheffield City Region Awards, to be held in early 2014, at which the competition heats up as winners from each category of the Sheffield, Barnsley & Rotherham, Derbyshire and Doncaster Awards go head to head to be crowned the winner of winners. The Sheffield Business Awards are part of The Star's and Sheffield Chamber of Commerce's ongoing commitment to supporting businesses, whatever their size. The evening consists of a Champagne reception (separate area for award sponsors and other VIPs), a five course meal, entertainment and of course, the award ceremony itself.  

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