Is 2016 Your Year to Shine?

January 20, 2016 9:48 am

Is 2016 your year to shine










With a whole new year ahead you can seize the opportunity to celebrate your achievements in business by entering this year’s Mansfield 2020 Business Awards. Entries to Mansfield’s longest established business awards are now open, it’s quick and easy and could end up in a huge boost to your business in 2016.

Free Workshop to Boost Your Entry

To help businesses interested in entering we’ll be hosting a seminar after the January breakfast meeting on Thursday the 28th. Local entrepreneur and multi-award winner Katrina Atherton will be hosting, along with Russell Jones and previous winners, to give their top tips on how to stand out and what the judges will be looking for.

Ready to enter?

If you’re ready to get started and to see if 2016 is your year to shine you can download an application here. Remember you need to email your application form by midnight on Tuesday 23rd February 2016. Keep Tuesday 8th March 2016 available for a 10-minute interview with our independent judges. Finalists will be announced on the 10th March and winners will be announced at the 2020 Awards and Ball on Friday 29th April 2016.

Click here to book your place at the breakfast meeting.

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