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Clock ticks down on the chance to enter Belfast Telegraph Business Awards

Sarah Little, publishing director for Northern Ireland at INM; Ulster Bank head Richard Donnan, and Belfast Telegraph business editor Margaret Canning yesterday
Sarah Little, publishing director for Northern Ireland at INM; Ulster Bank head Richard Donnan, and Belfast Telegraph business editor Margaret Canning yesterday

By Staff Reporter

Companies have just one day left to enter the 2019 Belfast Telegraph Business Awards in partnership with Ulster Bank.

The deadline for entry to Northern Ireland's most highly-regarded business awards is tomorrow at noon.

There are 13 categories, including Excellence in Marketing, Excellence in Exporting and Young Businessperson of the Year.

Two special awards will also be presented at the ceremony on May 2 at Belfast's Crowne Plaza hotel - the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Overall Business of the Year Award.

Ulster Bank's Richard Donnan said: "I'm very much looking forward to judging this year's Belfast Telegraph Business Awards submissions.

"Year-on-year entries demonstrate the exceptional work taking place in both small and large businesses.

"I believe 2019 will be no exception and entries will no doubt reflect Northern Ireland's ever developing and entrepreneurial business ecosystem.

"The awards showcase some of the excellent work being done locally and the benefits of entering are significant, including the chance for increased profile, the opportunity to boost the morale of your team and the potential to reach new customers or new employees.

"In previous years we've had a really strong line-up of finalists and it's wonderful to see our winners and finalists go from strength-to-strength and how they make significant contributions to our local economy."

For details on how to enter, go to www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/businessawards/enter

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