ALL agri-business, food and drink companies and all other small medium enterprises (SMEs) across Northern Ireland have until February 28 to enter the annual Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards.
With just over a week remaining to apply, the awards have already attracted a large number of entries.
The awards, now in their ninteenth year, are run in Northern Ireland in association with Invest NI, and InterTradeIreland, as well as Smallbusinesscan.com.
Northern Ireland companies, including Mash Direct, Crossgar Food Service and Wilson’s Country, have been very successful in the awards in the past. Mash Direct won one of the all-island awards.
This year, Ulster Bank has also added some new categories to celebrate the growing diversity and strength of the SME sector, including a woman-led business category and a best established SME category.
The overall Ulster Bank Business Achiever will receive a comprehensive prize package including business mentoring, a full service communications workshop, as well as much positive PR coverage at both the provincial and all-island stages of the awards.
Ulster Bank’s awards are open to all SMEs. Businesses can enter at Businessachieversaward.com and entries will close on February 28.
For full details and to enter, visit Businessachieversaward.com or find us on twitter @ulsterbank_BAA/#businessachievers.