South Holland Business Awards are back for 2019

South Holland Business Awards are back for 2019

The South Holland Business Awards are back again and taking place on the 14th November at in Spalding.

This is the 7th year that the business awards have been running, and this year we are set to be bigger and better than ever.

Supported by this years’ media partner, , the awards are open to both members and non-members of Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, and all guests will be treated to a drinks reception, three course meal and entertainment.  

Simon Beardsley, Chief Executive of Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, said: The South Holland business community has a lot to celebrate and we are encouraging local businesses to enter for their chance to win one of the prestigious awards.

“Last year, we saw some fantastic businesses win, including; , and , to name a few.”

There are eight award categories in total which include:

  • Apprentice of the Year

  • Business of the year

  • Supporting the Community

  • Excellence in Customer Care

  • Business Innovation of the Year

  • Small Business of the Year

  • Business Person of the Year in memory of Phil Scarlett

  • Food and Farming Business of the Year

Entries are now open to all these categories and will remain open until 7th October, there are also plenty of sponsorship opportunities available.

Jeremy Ransome, editor of Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be supporting the awards this year as media partner, we have some fantastic businesses in the area and it’s great that we can help shout about their achievements.”

Tickets for this event cost just £35 + vat for members and £50 + vat for non-members.

For more information, to apply or to sponsor the event please visit or contact the Lincolnshire Chamber on

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