Is your business a soaring success?

Is your business a soaring success? If so, enter the Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards 2012.

The Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards are the most prestigious Business Awards in the county. They have been developed by Newsquest Wiltshire in order to reward and celebrate the many dynamic and innovative businesses in Wiltshire.

Now in their 18th year, the Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards have become the business recognition platform that elevates outstanding organisations above the rest. Entering the Awards is an opportunity to send out a clear message of excellence and confidence in your business, showing that you aim high.

Companies performing successfully, demonstrating best practice, corporate ethics and innovation should enter and prove they are one of Wiltshire’s best.

Being shortlisted or winning an award can bring significant benefits, including prestige, media coverage, and a boost for sales and marketing and staff morale.

All entries are judged by a sponsor’s panel of top business people, thereby increasing the visibility of your business. Enter your business via the online form now. 

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