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A fantastic opportunity for businesses to showcase themselves has been officially launched at an event in Maidenhead.
The first Maidenhead and Windsor Business Awards will celebrate the best in businesses in the area.
It has been organised by the Maidenhead Chamber of Commerce and there are 12 awards up for grabs, including Business of the Year, Best Entrepreneur and Fast Growing Business...
Fast growing businesses should seize the opportunity to gain recognition and to increase their visibility at this year's inaugral Maidenhead & Windsor Business Awards.
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"Research shows that fast growing, innovative businesses contribute disproportionately to job creation"
In fact, six percent of the firms with the highest growth rates created 50 percent of all the new jobs in the period 2002 to 2008," said Daniel...
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Customers will have the power to name the Independent Retailer of the Year at this year’s Windsor and Maidenhead Business Awards.
The award is sponsored by Advertiser owner Baylis Media and is set to be judged by readers. Baylis Media is the independent publisher of three newspapers, and the company’s head of commercial, Nicola Rogers, thinks the award is a good fit for the business.
“We are an independent as well and have supported retail within the areas that we serve for nearly 150 years,” she said.
“They are core to the community.”
It is the first time the awards are taking place and they have been organised by the Maidenhead and District Chamber of Commerce.
There are 12 awards up for grabs with Independent Retailer of the Year being the only one to be judged by the public.
Nicola added: “It will be judged by the nominees’ customers with the community voting for who they believe does a fantastic job and deserves it.”
To qualify for the category entrants must be independent retailers who own three stores or fewer and show strong community support.
Registration is open now and due to close on June 30, with public voting opening on July 4, ‘Independents Day’.
The company which receives the most votes will be crowned the 2017 Independent Retailer of the Year.
After businesses have registered a representative of the Advertiser will visit with posters and promotional information to help them encourage their customers to vote for them.
You can register your business in the category by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony on September 15.
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"It sounds simple" sayd Allan Wilson.
"Alot of companies have good ideas but to grow to the next stage you really need to develop your unique selling point and focus, and that requires a good plan"...
This month marks the three-year anniversary since the re-developed Terminal Two at Heathrow - the headline sponsor of the Maidenhead and Windsor Business Awards - was reopened by the Queen.
Her Majesty had opened the original terminal in 1955. Known as the Queen's Terminal, it handles an average of 55,000 passengers per day.
Maidenhead and District Chamber of Commerce president Olu Odeniyi is all too aware of it's contribution to the region, and that of the airport's other terminals. He said: "Heathrow has undeniably been hugely beneficial to the borough, the region and the UK economy".