JUDGING GETS UNDERWAY
Judging is well underway for this year’s Sussex Business Awards, with finalists due to be announced late October.
Entries will be independently judged by a carefully selected panel of industry experts and insiders from across the region. They include representatives from Allied Irish Bank, HSBC, Mazars, Gatwick Airport, University of Sussex, Red7, Coffin Mew, Clearline Recruitment, CountyClean Group, Vantage Professional Risks, LMS Group, Sussex Innovation Centre and Rockinghorse.
For the fifth year, Mike Herd, the executive director of Sussex Innovation Centre (and the Sussex Businessperson of the Year 2000), will be taking his place as Chairman of the Judges.
After a record-breaking number of nominations, judges will have an enormously difficult task as the entries are of such a high standard.
Winners will be announced at The Grand Brighton on November 29th 2018.
Over 500 of the county’s leading businesspeople, judges and VIPs are expected to attend giving guests the perfect opportunity to network with peers, celebrate with colleagues and find out those all-important results!
Tickets cost £90 (+vat) each or £850 (+vat) for a table of ten and include a sparkling drinks reception, superb three-course meal, two bottles of wine on each tableland entertainment. If you are lucky enough to be shortlisted, you will receive a free ticket!
The three finalists per category, so stay tuned to see who will make the shortlist.
- 2019 Winners Announced
- 2019 Entry Deadline Extended
- 2019 Awards Open For Business
- 2018 Winners Announced
- 2018 Finalists Announced
- JUDGING GETS UNDERWAY
- WHY ENTER
- 2018 AWARDS OPEN FOR BUSINESS
- 2017 Sussex Business Awards Winners Announced
- 2017 SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED
- LAUNCH OF THE 2017 SUSSEX BUSINESS AWARDS
- 28th Sussex Business Awards Winners Announced
- Businessperson of the Year Shortlist Announced
- 2016 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED
- Deadline Extended for 2016 Awards
- 2016 Awards Open For Business
- 2015 Winners Announced
- TICKETS SOLD OUT!
- 2015 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED
- What Happens Now?