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Hear what Entering the Chamber Awards can do for your Business!

J5378 CHAMBER AWARDS LOGO 2015The Chamber Awards is one of the UK’s most contested and prestigious business award programmes and as a member of an Accredited Chamber of Commerce you can enter for free!

Each year, from Aberdeen to Plymouth, organisations of all sizes and from all sectors compete for the coveted titles and the £10,000 cash prize on offer.

See what entering the Chamber Awards did for Titania Ltd, a security and compliance software development company based in Worcester who won last year’s Small Business of the Year award:
‘The entry process for the Chamber Awards really makes you think about the challenges and triumphs that your company has faced. It is a great feeling to see all that we have achieved down on paper and even better to have it read and appreciated by others. Writing the application really helped to solidify ideas around where the company has been and where it is going, our growth plans for the future and where we are aiming to be. This is something that can often get lost during the day to day bustle of running a fast growing SME.’  Ruth Inglis, Sales & Marketing Manager, Titania Ltd

Larkfleet Group, a sustainable house builder and sustainable energy projects developer based in Lincolnshire, entered the Sustainability award in 2014:
‘Entering the Chamber Awards helped us as a business to demonstrate our successes and reaffirm our strengths.  This alone was a worthwhile exercise as it is rewarding to remember how far you’ve come and what you’ve achieved as a business.’ Helen Jones, Group Marketing Director, Larkfleet Group

O’Brien Contractors, a family run construction business based in Coventry, entered the Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2013:
‘We would encourage others to enter the Chamber Awards, the entry process was straightforward, with a good balance of questions tat made sense and were easy to understand. When entering make sure you research your company as if you don’t know anything about it. Speak to your team and customers and ask them what they think makes your organisation different, it’s not always what you think.” Rebecca Gozdecki, Marketing Manager, O’Brien Contractors

The Chamber Awards are open for entry until Friday 26th June. For information about the categories and to enter visit

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