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Belfast Telegraph Northern Ireland Business Awards 2015

Published 02/04/2015

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Belfast Telegraph Business Awards Tickets on Sale NOW

The Belfast Telegraph Northern Ireland Business Awards in association British Airways is one of the highlights in the Northern Ireland business calendar.

Hosted this year by BBC’s Wendy Austin and entertainment provided by mentalist David Meade, the leading Northern Ireland Business Awards will be an event to remember and will provide excellent networking opportunities.

Whether you have entered you company or want to network or entertain clients or employees, the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards provide a great opportunity to do so while recognising and rewarding excellence of individuals and small, medium and large businesses from across Northern Ireland.

Taking place on Thursday 30th April 2015 at the 5 Star Culloden Estate and Spa, trophies will be presented in the following categories; Excellence in Marketing; Excellence in Exporting; Excellence in the Development of Management and Leadership; Excellence in Innovation; Outstanding Service to Business; Best Use of Digital and/or Social Media; Young Businessperson of the Year; Excellence in Technology; Best Small / Medium Business and Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility.

Non-entry categories which are selected by the judging panel include Businessperson of the Year and the 2015 overall Business of the Year.

Tickets are limited and will be on a first come first serve basis. To book an individual ticket at £100 + vat or for a table of ten at a discounted rate of £900+vat please contact event consultant Sarah Weir, JPR. Tel 028 9076 0066 or email mail@jprni.com

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