Vine Hotels Support Special Recognition of Significant Contribution to Sheffield

14th August 2018

The deadline date for applications to this year's Sheffield Business Awards is fast approaching and organisers, Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, are urging all business to apply before the 3rd September 2018.

There are 14 awards up for grabs, from manufacturing to marketing, high growth to employer of the year, the awards are free to enter to any business within an S postcode and are designed to represent businesses of all sizes and sectors. In 2015, Sheffield Chamber launched the Special Recognition Award. Sponsored by Vine Hotels (www.vinehotels.co.uk), the award is open to any business, individual, charity, scheme or project that has significantly contributed to the Sheffield economy. Garin Davies, Chief Executive at Vine Hotels, said: -Vine Hotels is delighted to be a sponsor of the Special Recognition Award at the Sheffield Business Awards 2018. These awards are a unique platform for local businesses to showcase their achievements. Selecting only the best and brightest businesses from our region for the shortlist of finalists means that there is genuine credibility attached to taking an award home. -My company operates five hotels and venues in Sheffield, and so we understand the value that being a part of the Sheffield Business Awards 2018 offers local businesses. Entering the Sheffield Business Awards is a must. From large company to an SME, being a part of the awards not only raises your company profile, but is an excellent way to mark the commitment of your team in making the business a success. Sam Christmas, Commercial Partnerships Manager at Sheffield Chamber, added: -The Special Recognition Award is one of the most prestigious awards to receive, and I urge any business, person, scheme, charity or project to put themselves forward, should they have significantly contributed to the Sheffield economy. -Previous winners have seen Jerry Cheung of New Era Development recognised for his contribution to the city's economy with the building of Chinatown, while 2017 saw the Children's Hospital Charity receive the accolade for their innovative "Heard of Sheffield" Campaign, which not only inspired school children to get out and be active during the summer holidays but raised an incredible £450,000 for the Children's Hospital. To apply or for more information visit sheffieldbusinessawards.org.uk/awards-categories/

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