Firms are being urged to apply for the 2021 MEN Business Awards as the entry deadline nears.
The awards – with headline sponsors Brewin Dolphin, Robert Walters, PwC, CMS, and LDC – will be held on November 18.
The deadline is nearing, meaning this is your last chance to enter – with nominations closing on May 28.
To submit a nomination, visit www.menbusinessawards.co.uk
Over the last year, businesses in and around Manchester have found themselves confronted with a completely unexpected set of obstacles – as the coronavirus pandemic created a changing economic terrain, and set new limits on how businesses could operate.
Despite these sudden challenges, Manchester businesses possess incredible determination and skill – and have worked without fail to ensure that they made it through the year. Many businesses even found that the pandemic prompted them to rethink the way they operated, becoming much more efficient and capable as a result.
It’s this fortitude and spirit for innovation that makes Manchester’s industries so special, and this is what the awards celebrate – so we want to hear from these businesses. If you feel that you or your business accomplished something impressive over the last year, we want you to enter via www.menbusinessawards.co.uk before May 28.
At the Manchester Evening News we want to see your entries come flooding in this year to celebrate all that is good within the business sector across Greater Manchester. That’s why we’re offering an advertising/content marketing prize worth £2,500 to one lucky winner. Terms and conditions for entries can be found here.
There are 10 categories altogether:
- Head office outside Greater Manchester turnover £100m+ sponsored by CMS
- Turnover £100m+ sponsored by PwC
- Turnover £50m – £100m sponsored by Robert Walters
- Turnover £25m – £50m sponsored by Brewin Dolphin
- Turnover £10m – £25m
- Turnover £1m – £10m
- Turnover Under £1m
- Young Business Person of the Year sponsored by Bolton School
- Mitchell Henry Prize sponsored by LDC
- Award for International Trade & Export
Nominations cannot be submitted for the Mitchell Henry Prize or the award for International Trade & Export, the winners of which will be chosen by the judges from the entries of the other categories.
Greater Manchester boasts one of the UK’s most dynamic economies, powered by investment into many sectors. We look forward to uncovering outstanding businesses advancing in 2021
WIN THE RECOGNITION YOUR BUSINESS DESERVES. ENTER NOW at www.menbusinessawards.co.uk