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1st February 2013

Local businesses of all shapes and sizes are being invited to shout about their successes by entering one of the most prestigious business awards in the region.

The ceremony will take place at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre on 1 February 2013 - the first ever time it has been staged that month and on a Friday. With more than 1,000 of the local business community expected to attend, the event is set to be a showcase of achievement in the region for individuals, SMEs and larger organisations. Kate Stephenson, events manager at Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, said: "The Sheffield Business Awards continue to grow year after year and we are looking forward to celebrating the success of the last 12 months. The range of businesses that enter the awards highlights the diverse and exciting nature of the business community in the Sheffield City Region and we are sure that this year will be no exception. The Sheffield Business Awards categories are: The Digital Region Digital Industries, Innovation and Technology Award The Meadowhall Distinction in Retail Services Award The Environmental Impact Award The Excellence in Customer Service Award The Excellence in International Trade and Business Overseas Award The Wake Smith Excellence in Manufacturing Award The Lupton Fawcett Next Big Thing Award The Napoleons Casinos and Restaurants Outstanding Achievement in Sports, Hospitality and Tourism Award The AMRC with Boeing Skills and Development Award The Sheffield Gives Third Sector and Community Investment Award The Sheffield College Young Business Person of the Year Award The Business Person of the Year Award The Outstanding Business of the Year Award For more information about the Sheffield Business Awards or to book, visit For details about sponsorship opportunities please call the Sheffield Chamber on 0114 201 8899.

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