Haverhill Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Judges Announced
04 Feb 2011
JUDGES have been confirmed this week for the prestigious Haverhill Chamber of Commerce Business Awards. Jan Cavelle of the Jan Cavelle Furniture Company in Haverhill; Jenny Chapman, Cambridge Evening News Business Editor; and John Dugmore CEO of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, are to judge eleven of the categories with TV Apprentice Claire Young, who is also host and guest speaker on the night, judging the Young Entrepreneur category.
Businesses have until February 28 to enter online for a chance to be crowned winners of the various categories including; Business of the Year, Retailer of the Year, and Best Use of Technology to name just three. For a full list of all 12 categories the Haverhill Chamber of Commerce Business Awards section.
The awards culminate in a spectacular gala awards night to be held on Saturday May 14 at Chilford Hall, with a superb three course meal, wine and dancing to a live band and disco. To find out more about joining the other companies already taking part in these awards celebrating all that’s best about businesses in Haverhill call Kim Brown of Boleyn Events on 01473 712330/07740 563198 or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for the Gala Awards Night, due to be hosted by BBC 1’s Apprentice Finalist Claire Young, are now on sale via the Chamber’s website and prices have been held at 2008 prices.
To keep up to date with the planning of this year’s Haverhill Chamber of Commerce Business Awards click onto their Facebook page www.facebook.com/haverhillchamberofcommerce or follow them on www.twitter.com/haverllchamber
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