The winner of the first Test Valley Business Awards 2019 entry prize has been announced…
With this year’s Test Valley Business Awards in full swing, now is the time to enter outstanding local businesses and celebrate professional achievements; alongside the chance to win an assortment of spot prizes, gifted to entrants chosen at random throughout the entry period, which closes on 13th May.
The first winner of several such prizes was chosen this week by Beth Deacon of Broughton-based brewery Test Brewing, donators of this year’s very first entry prize – a gift pack of Test Brewing’s finest beer.
Picking a name entirely at random from a hat, Beth chose Sarah Horne of Clarion HR as the deserving winner of this fabulous local prize.
The Test Valley Business Awards 2019 Awards Categories & Gold Sponsors are:
• Innovation & Technology Award – The University of Southampton Science Park
• New Business of the Year Award – Test Valley Borough Council
• Marketing Excellence Award – Webkick Ltd.
• Employer of the Year Award – Simplyhealth
• Businesswoman of the Year Award – Aster Group
• Small Business of the Year Award – Parker Bullen LLP
To enter, businesses are asked to visit: www.tvbawards.org.uk/enter and fill in the simple online form with 200 – 250 words about your business against the relevant category judging criteria, which can also be found on the Awards’ website.
What’s more, there will be even more chances for entrants chosen entirely at random to win a selection of locally sourced entry prizes throughout the entry period – with the next entry prize winner being selected early next week.
The Awards is free to enter; taking just a few short minutes to fill in the online form which, if successfully chosen as a winner, could lead to a full 12 months of business promotion across the Test Valley.
Businesses are encouraged to enter as many categories as possible before the entry period ends at midnight on 13th May.
Now in its 15th year, the Test Valley Business Awards – run by a steering group of volunteers – has become a well-established platform to champion business excellence. It is a great way of shining a light particularly on the many new and small businesses in the region, all doing interesting and valuable work, but often out of sight.