Brighton and Hove businesses have until 5PM tomorrow, Wednesday 27 June, to submit up to three entries in the 2016 Brighton and Hove Business Awards (BAHBA) – in association with The Argus.
Now in their eleventh year, the BAHBAs are firmly established as the city’s premier business awards scheme.
There are fourteen trophies to be won this year including Business in the Community, Customer Service and Professional Services. There are also special awards to recognise retail, visitor attractions and startups.
You can also make nominations for Outstanding Brightonian free of charge. This award is for an individual who has made the greatest contribution to the city over the last 12 months.
Previous winners of the title include local DJ, Norman Cook; the owner of Donatello’s restaurant, Sue Addis; Director of the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival, Nick Mosley and the Brighton & Hove Albion chief executive, Martin Perry.
To view the categories and download an entry form, CLICK HERE.
Businesses can enter up to three categories and deadline for submissions is Wednesday June 29 at 17:00.
Entry costs £50 (ex vat) for one entry or £100 (ex vat) for up to three to cover the administration costs of the scheme.
All finalists receive a free place at the ceremony to be held on Thursday 15 September at All Saints Church in Hove.