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Time to highlight success with the Boston Business Awards

Under starter's orders: Paracyclist Elizabeth McTernan is picutred with members of the organising committee Dawn Crossingham, George Bell, Martin Wright and Stephen Stray.

Under starter's orders: Paracyclist Elizabeth McTernan is picutred with members of the organising committee Dawn Crossingham, George Bell, Martin Wright and Stephen Stray.

Is your company on the right track for success? If so, then the Boston Business Awards are for you.

This year’s awards were fittingly officially launched at the town’s Princess Royal Sports Arena.

Not only is this where the event is to held, but this year’s guest speaker also has plenty of affiliation to the track.

Lincolnshire-based paracyclist Elizabeth McTernan - ranked fourth in the world and aiming for Rio 2016 - will be the inspirational voice at this year’s glitzy ceremony.

Organising committee chairman Peter Bateson said: “The Boston Business Awards are a great opportunity for businesses in the borough to highlight successes they are enjoying.

“Too often people shy away from putting themselves and their business in the spotlight - well these awards are a perfect opportunity to change that.

“We want you to stand out and be proud of your achievements.”

This year’s awards will be held at the PRSA on November 27.

There are plenty of opportunities to put your business forward. Here’s the categories you can enter:

Business of The Year

New Business of The Year

Contribution to Visitor Economy

Employee of the Year

Customer Service (nominated and voted for by Boston Standard readers)

Manufacturing Award

The Agri-Food Sector Award

l See next week’s paper for more details about how you can enter.

 

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