Sheffield Business Awards date confirmed

12th August 2014

The date for this year's Sheffield Business Awards has been confirmed.

More than 800 business people are set to attend the prestigious event at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre on December 4. Categories for the awards, organised by Sheffield Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Sheffield Star, will be announced in September, with the host for the evening also to be confirmed soon. Elevation Recruitment will again be the headline sponsors for the awards the fifth consecutive year the company has backed the event. A new awards website www.sheffieldbusinessawards.org.uk will be live in early September and for updates follow @SheffBizAwards on Twitter. Anyone interested in becoming a sponsor for the awards should email sheffieldbusinessawards@scci.org.uk  or call 0114 201 8899.

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