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How to enter

Entries to this year's South Coast Business Awards are now open


Eligibility
Any company whose head office is based within Hampshire and the Isle of Wight is eligible to enter or to be nominated for the competition.

Companies with a head office outside Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are welcome to enter on the understanding that they have a bespoke business plan for their Hampshire operation.

Please note the exception to the above eligibility is the Southampton City Council Employer of the Year Award, which is open to businesses whose trading address has an SO postcode.


Entry forms
Entries/nominations must be submitted on an official entry form via the links below. Companies should refer to the awards criteria here and should answer the specific points within the awards criteria to the best of their ability.
Please note the closing date for entries is Wednesday 19th April, 2017.

Taylor Made Computer Solutions Award for Best Use of Technology
Click here for entry form
British American Tobacco Commitment to the Region Award
Click here for entry form
Hampshire Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award
Click here for entry form
Winchester Motor Company Skoda Customer Service Award
Click here for entry form
Smith & Williamson Growth Business of the Year Award
Click here for entry form
Meachers Global Logistics Sustainable Business Award
Click here for entry form
Southampton City Council Employer of the Year Award
Click here for entry form
Moore Stephens Owner Managed Business Award
Click here for entry form

For top tips on maximising your chances of success when entering the awards click here

For further information, contact the South Coast Business Awards office on
023 8042 4710 or via email scba@dailyecho.co.uk


Roles and responsibilities of the founding partners

1. To resource the competition.
2. To promote the competition to customers and non customers.
3. To facilitate the competition in an open and honest manner ensuring equal opportunity, transparency and local accountability.
4. To maximise the public profile of the event through marketing activity directly to customers and non customers, with partners and sponsors and through the media.
5. To secure a critical mass of high quality entries.
6. To plan, manage and execute a high profile awards ceremony.

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