Nominations open for South London Business Awards and Kingston Business Awards

Posted Monday 15 April 2013

The search has begun for the best businesses in South London as the 2013 South London Business Awards aim to discover and showcase the borough's finest businessmen and women.

The awards are free to enter and open to any business in South London. Companies have until 10 May 2013 at 5.00pm to enter the awards, which will culminate in gala dinner and awards ceremony on 4 July 2013 at the Riverbank Park Plaza.

There are 11 different categories and companies can enter as many categories that they fit the criteria for. Kingston University is once again sponsoring the award for Best Business for Training and Development.

Full details on how to enter and regular updates on the awards can be found at: www.slbawards.co.uk or contact the Business Awards Team on 020 8253 4256 or email awards.slb@prospects.co.uk.

Kingston Business Excellence Awards

The inaugural Kingston Business Excellence Awards are a joint venture between Kingston Chamber of Commerce, the Royal Borough of Kingston and Kingstonfirst to showcase the outstanding talent which makes Kingston unique.

There are 12 categories to enter and Kingston University is sponsoring the award for 'Best Creative Sector Business'. Register your company now at www.kingstonawards.co.uk before Friday 28 June. The winners will be announced at a gala dinner and awards ceremony on Thursday 24 October at the Holiday Inn, Kingston South.

Image: Ali Pretlove from Kingston University presenting the Best Business for Training and Development Award to Penta Consulting at the 2012 South London Business Awards.

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