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SoGlos Gloucestershire Business Awards open for nominations

02 March 2022

As part of our 75th anniversary celebrations, we’re excited to be co-headline sponsors of the SoGlos Gloucestershire Business Awards 2022.

After sponsoring the award for Growth Business of the Year in 2021, this year we return as co-headline sponsors alongside Hazlewoods, to help recognise and champion our county’s most innovative and successful businesses.

Nominations for 22 award categories, including ‘Most innovative business of the year’, ‘Green business of the year’ and ‘Team of the year’, are now open and can be submitted until 2 June 2022. The winners will be announced at the awards night at Cheltenham’s Minster Exchange on 20 October 2022.

Chris Wills, a partner in our corporate & commercial team and a judge at last year’s business awards, said: “Willans advises clients UK-wide, but our roots are firmly in Gloucestershire, and we’ve been supporting businesses here for 75 years. For us, having the opportunity to be part of celebrating and championing Gloucestershire businesses and businesspeople as headline sponsor of SGGBA 2022, alongside Hazlewoods, feels like a natural fit.

“On a personal note, I really enjoy learning about the vast number of successful businesses in our county, hearing their stories and getting to meet the people directly involved.”

SoGlos is a leading online media company and following a successful inaugural awards ceremony in 2021, the Gloucestershire Business Awards are back this year for another exciting event, set to be a highlight in our county’s business calendar.

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Search the hashtag #SGGBA and follow our social media channels @WillansLLP  on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for updates.

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