London Business Awards reward excellence

PUBLISHED: 15:15 27 October 2010

Archant Business Awards

Archant Business Awards


THE wait is almost over for hundreds of companies which have entered the prestigious London Business Awards 2010, organised by Archant London.

Members of the judging panel have spent two weeks sifting through the high-calibre entries to select a shortlist which will be announced shortly.

Now in its 13th year, the London Business Awards — held in association with HSBC — will take place at Planit Embankment Gardens in the West End on Wednesday, 
November 24.

Other sponsors include Business in the Community (BITC), SPX rail systems, UEL Knowledge Dock, Training for London and MercedesBenz London.

The event is also being held with support from London Chamber of Commerce, North London Chamber of Commerce and Barking and Dagenham Small Business Centre.

The judging panel included representatives from the sponsors and supporters and the selection process concluded on Monday.

Categories for the awards include the Business Innovation Award, Entrepreneur of the Year, Growth Strategy of the Year and Business of the Year.

Companies which make it on to the shortlist will receive invitations to the big event.

But those that do not make it need not miss out — tickets for this major networking event are still available.

Contact the awards team on 020 8477 3779 for more information on how to book your table.

Archant London is publisher of the Bromley Times and 33 regional newspapers across London.

It is the UK’s largest independently-owned regional media business, active in the fields of regional newspaper and magazine publishing, contract printing and internet communications.

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