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Entries open for SoGlos Gloucestershire Business Awards 2024

15 March 2024

For the third year running, we’re excited to be co-headline sponsors of SoGlos Gloucestershire Business Awards 2024 – an annual celebration of the county’s most inspirational, successful and innovative businesses.

Nominations for the 19 awards categories (of which each business can enter up to three) open on Monday 18th March and can be submitted until Friday 3rd May. Categories include ‘Growth business of the year’, ‘Best place to work’ and ‘Customer Excellence award’ among many others.

Once the nominations window has closed, judging will take place between June and September, and winners announced at a live awards ceremony on Thursday 17 October 2024.

As well as being a highlight of the Gloucestershire business calendar, the awards night, taking place at Hartpury University, will bring finalists and sponsors together to recognise the dedication and calibre of businesses and businesspeople in our region – from entrepreneurs and starts-ups to family-owned businesses and the top 100 companies.

Chris Wills, partner in our corporate & commercial team, has been on the judging panel for the past three years and said: “Every year, I learn something new about business in the region and what it takes to achieve success. Often it’s the stories of those businesses that really stand out, as well as the people behind them.

“Our county is one to be proud of and as Willans is a firm with Gloucestershire at its heart, we couldn’t pass on the opportunity to champion the companies that make it thrive. Submit your nominations before the deadline to be in with a chance of getting the recognition you deserve.”

To keep up to date with the latest news on the SoGlos Gloucestershire Business Awards 2024, search the hashtag #SGGBA on social media and follow, like and comment @willansllpsolicitors_ on Instagram and @WillansLLP  on TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn.

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