The finalists for this year’s Doncaster Business Awards have been revealed through an exciting social media campaign last Friday.
The awards, hosted by Doncaster Chamber are the biggest of their kind in the region and celebrate the success of businesses across 13 different categories.
Jade Dyer, Business Director at Doncaster Chamber, said: “With the challenges of the last 18 months, the need to recognise and celebrate our business community cannot be overemphasised. We received a pool of very high quality entries from a wide range of businesses giving our judges a difficult time selecting the finalists.”
Now in its 23rd year, this year’s Doncaster Business Awards will return to being held face-to-face at the Doncaster Racecourse after a virtual ceremony for the previous year due to the pandemic. The awards ceremony usually sees over 900 guests in attendance and will take place on Thursday December 16, 2021 with tickets on sale now.
Speaking on behalf of headline sponsors, DN Colleges Group - Doncaster College and University Centre, Mick Lochran – Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are very pleased to be the headline sponsors for the Doncaster Business Awards. The event plays an important role in the celebration of business success in the region and we are very proud to be associated with it.”
The full list of finalists is below:
Success through Innovation & diversification
Excellence in People Development
Excellence in Customer Service
Business Start Up of the Year
Apprentice of the Year
Business Engaging with Education
Green Business of the Year
Marketing Campaign of the Year
SME Business of the Year
Success Through Partnerships
Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility
Third Sector Organisation of the Year
Large Business of the Year
The Doncaster Business Awards is sponsored by Doncaster College, SYNETIQ, King Asia Foods Ltd, ORB Recruitment, Opportunities Doncaster, Sheffield University, HSR Law, Visual Group, Ellgia, Polypipe, Community Wealth Builder and Atherton Godfrey.
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