Award 2017 Categories

NOMINATIONS CLOSE ON 31st DECEMBER 2017!

 

We are taking nominations from across the Thames Valley Region. Any business or individual based within the Thames Valley can either nominate or be nominated. The Awards ceremony this year is going to held in Ascot as this is where we first launched our Business over 5yrs ago. In celebration we want to launch the Thames Valley Business Awards ceremony in Ascot for the first year, however with us having a presence across the Thames Valley we will most likely move the award ceremony around the region in successive years to come.

Whatever your sector if you have a great business tell us about it. This award is for businesses established for more than two years and can demonstrate all round business excellence. The judges will be take financial performance and local economic impact into account when selecting the winner.

This award is for a unique individual who is recognised universally as having made an outstanding contribution to the region in his or her area of activity.

The Charity of the Year Award is open to charities, social enterprises and not for profit organisations which have a base in the Thames Valley and have been operating for more than 2 years.

This award is open to any business based in the tourism industry in Thames Valley.
The judges will be looking for businesses that demonstrate exceptional commitment to provide an outstanding experience for visitors, tourists and business travellers to Thames Valley.

Business Networking has become a very important part of many businesses marketing and sales strategy. Some groups have been around many years, some have only recently started. It is important that whatever way you run your group, it must be successful – prove it and you could be the winners.

This award is made to individuals under the age of 30 who are involved in business. These include young entrepreneurs that are building their own venture or those employees who have had an outstanding impact in contributing to the successes of a larger organisation.
The judges are looking for individuals who demonstrate ambition, energy, skill and vision, as well as tangible business success. Applicants should have raised the profile of their organisation, developed and implemented plans that have achieved growth, and who have exceeded customer expectations.
This award will recognise those individuals who have shown the desire to succeed with their own ideas and have had the ambition to turn those ideas into a successful business.
The judges will be looking for an outstanding individual who can best demonstrate exceptional vision and leadership and personality in the development of their own business.
This award will recognise those individuals who have shown the desire to succeed with their own ideas and have had the ambition to turn those ideas into a successful business.
The judges will be looking for an outstanding individual who can best demonstrate exceptional vision and leadership and personality in the development of their own business.
The start-up award aims to celebrate and support Thames Valley's newest businesses. Entrants to this award must be independent and have been trading for a maximum period of 12 months.
The judges will be looking for real passion, a strong plan, an innovative product or service and exceptional forecasts for further growth.

The judges are looking to recognise an organisation with an annual turnover of up to £25 million that is demonstrating its ability to grow or a strong potential to do so. It must have a clear understanding of the market in which it operates and its future development within that marketplace, together with sound and measurable business practices.

This award is open to any apprentice within an organisation based in Thames Valley. An apprentice is defined as a person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed period. The judges will be looking at how they have developed and what outstanding contribution they have made to the company in which they are based.

Nominees will have shown courage and determination in the face of adversity or personal difficulties. They will be an inspiration to others as a result of their actions and/or attitude.

Nominees in this category will be individuals who have made, and continue to make, an outstanding contribution to the Thames Valley community. This may be through volunteering, campaigning, helping others, fundraising or simply being the person everyone can count on. These individuals go the extra mile to help others and improve their local community.

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