Aston Lark, the Chartered insurance broker backed by Goldman Sachs, has today announced it is a key sponsor of this year’s SME National Business Awards. Entries are open at www.smenationals.co.uk
Welcome to the SME National Business Awards
Entries are now closed.
Finalists will be announced on Monday 27th July 2020.
"Winning the Exporter of the Year award has allowed us to introduce ourselves to new international clients with proof that we are exporters recognised within the UK on a national level. It has allowed us to raise our profile internationally and have more serious talks with potential clients and partners. Also, it has massively boosted team morale and was definitely a night to remember!"
Madeline Lewis - Silent Sentinel
Whilst we are all dealing with these difficult times and everyone’s welfare is at the forefront of all our minds. We must still make every effort to ensure our staff and our businesses continue to adapt and thrive. If you find yourself at home or in an empty office, perhaps with more time on your hands than normal, please do look at entering these awards. Remember when you come out the other side, you’ll need to raise your profile again and what better way than winning an award, so please do consider starting your application today. Stay Safe and we’ll see you soon.
Welcome to the fourth year of the SME National Business Awards, a credible opportunity to support and share in our vision to raise the profile of industrious, hardworking and enterprising SME’s Nationally.
Business awards are a sought after accolade of achievement, a veritable endorsement of success in business which offers exceptional marketing and PR opportunities as well as increasing your credibility and standing in the eyes of your peers and your customers. Of course, it feels pretty wonderful too!
You can enter up to 3 different categories.
What is an SME Award?
SME stands for – Small Medium Enterprise. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are businesses whose personnel numbers are 250 employees or less, with the abbreviation “SME” being used in the European Union. SMEs are also said to be responsible for driving innovation and competition in many economic sectors.
Hear what our winners have to say...
“What a fantastic night we had at the SME National business Awards on Friday and it was the icing on the cake for our CEO, Bev Hurley, to win Business Women of the Year! We are absolutely delighted with that result!”
Liz Ratcliffe, YTKO (2019)
“We were ready to party all night after the shock win! … Yes, we will definitely be entering again in 2020 – the SME awards are wonderful events, run by a wonderful team.”
David Cole, Verifile (2019)