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Bromley awards aim to celebrate dynamic businesses

PUBLISHED: 10:18 20 May 2014 | UPDATED: 10:18 20 May 2014

Rose Saunders, Head of Business Support for organisers Prospects, launches the 2014 Bromley Business Awards with Robert Walters, sponsored by Biggin Hill Airport.

Rose Saunders, Head of Business Support for organisers Prospects, launches the 2014 Bromley Business Awards with Robert Walters, sponsored by Biggin Hill Airport.

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Awards aiming to recognise and celebrate innovative businesses have been launched.

The Bromley Business Awards for 2014 were launched at a special ceremony at Biggin Hill Airport, who remain the principal sponsors of the awards for the fourth year running.

Rose Saunders, Head of Business Support at Prospects, the organising company, said: “The purpose of the award scheme is to recognise and celebrate the many dynamic and innovative businesses within the Borough. There are still many untold success stories and we want to hear about them.”

Robert Walters, Business Development Director, confirmed that Biggin Hill Airport were very happy to continue as principal sponsors.

“It is important that we show support for the award scheme and to project the key message that Bromley is open for business and looking for new opportunities” he said.

There are eleven different categories for entries including ‘Best Small Business’ and ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ and entries can be made in as many relevant categorise as desired.

Peter Scott-Wilds, a Director of FLR Spectrum who won the ‘Business of the Year’ award in 2013 as well as two supporting awards, said: “It certainly helps to move business forward. Being a successful entrant is a fabulous opportunity for Bromley businesses. You just have to enter to give your company the chance that they deserve.”

Closing date for entries is 5pm on July 4. Register online at bromleybusinessawards.co.uk or call The Prospects awards team on 0208 253 4256.


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