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Milton Keynes Business Centre sponsors leading Bucks business awards

SME Business Awards at the University of Buckingham
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SME Business Awards at the University of Buckingham
Siobhan Stirling - Sharp Minds Communications for Capital Space by Siobhan Stirling - Sharp Minds Communications for Capital Space
Owner/Director - Sharp Minds Communications Ltd

For the second year running, Milton Keynes Business Centre is delighted to be sponsoring the SME MK & Buckinghamshire Business Awards at the University of Buckingham. The event will culminate in a glittering awards ceremony and dinner, to take place at the University, in February 2020. IF you’re part of a local Small or Medium Sized Enterprise (SME), read on to find out how you can be part of the action.

At the recent awards launch, which was attended by our own Matt Roberts, centre manager at Milton Keynes Business Centre, Damian Cummins, Awards Director, said: "Buckinghamshire has a vibrant business community and we look forward to seeing both up and coming businesses together with established companies vying for this tremendous accolade. The fact that most of the winners will go on to the National Final at Wembley is a huge bonus."

The awards are once again to be held in association with the University of Buckingham. Speaking on behalf of the University, Jason Sinclair said: “The University of Buckingham had the pleasure of being a Sponsor for the SME Buckinghamshire Business Awards 2017 and 2018, and in 2019 we took things up a notch to be an Associate of the Awards! It’s a pleasure to continue our Association for 2020 and to be active in promoting the events, and highlighting the benefits to our businesses.”

Championing small businesses

Commenting on why Capital Space is sponsoring the Milton Keynes Business of the Year award,

Matt said: “We know how important it is to support, recognise and champion small businesses – it’s something we do every day in our business centres across the country. As a Gold Sponsor of the awards, we’re looking forward to celebrating the wealth of innovation and talent that this county has and would encourage local SMEs to enter now.”

How to take part

The awards are free to enter and any business, whether a sole trader or with up to 250 employees are eligible to enter. There is a wide range of categories on offer, from Apprentice of the Year to Best New Business, meaning of chances to flag up the contributions made by your team, individual employees or both at this very special evening. What’s more, winners have the opportunity to enter the national awards scheme, with the final to be held in London. For more information go to www.buckinghamshireawards.co.uk or call 01908 542720

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