Deadline approaching for entries to Mid Ulster Business awards 2015

Mid-Ulster District Council Chairperson Linda Dillon who officially launched the 2015 Mid-Ulster Mail & Tyrone Times Mid-Ulster Business Awards with  Brian MacAuley.

Mid-Ulster District Council Chairperson Linda Dillon who officially launched the 2015 Mid-Ulster Mail & Tyrone Times Mid-Ulster Business Awards with Brian MacAuley.

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The deadline is fast approaching for the 2015 Mid Ulster Business Awards in Association with Mid Ulster District Council.

This year’s awards will continue the theme of building for the future and is aimed at recognising the talent, entrepreneurship and excellence that exists across the full range of business and commerce.

We will also be paying homage to the long history of individual and collective industry upon which local towns have taken root and flourished and the companies which carry on that tradition.

The 14 categories cover all aspects of business and industry focusing on Export business, environmental impact people Development Tourism and much more.

By entering, businesses will not only have the opportunity to gain recognition and publicity for their achievements but also the chance to boost staff morale, company image and customer confidence.

South West College Innotect Centre are offering an unique prize for the winner of the SME Business of the Year ; a consultancy package which will include concept development; efficiency saving ideas; product development; marketing strategy and much more.

One of two new initiatives this year, the overall winner will be chosen on the night by the guests in attendance.

This year the chosen charity will be Lough Neagh Rescue service.

The Mid Ulster Business Awards 2015 will take place at a black tie dinner and awards ceremony on Friday, November 27 at the Glenavon House Hotel, Cookstown.

For information or to get an entry form you can contact Karen or Julie on [028] 38395564, or 38395504.