test valley business awards announce new plans for 2016Responding to the ever-evolving landscape of local business, the Test Valley Business Awards has announced new plans for 2016.

Following the success of the Test Valley Business Awards 2015 Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony, seeing attendance from nearly 200 guests representing businesses from across the Test Valley, the Test Valley Business Awards Steering Committee is currently making plans for the 2016 Awards.

Having spoken at length with many local businesses and benefactors of the event, the Test Valley Business Awards Steering Committee has made the decision to make a few simple changes, making it easier for local businesses to enter, nominate, and celebrate achievements.

Up to now, the Awards are launched in the autumn, with the Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony announcing all winners held during the following Spring. For 2016, the Test Valley Business Awards will be launched in March, culminating in a prestigious gala event in September.

“We’ve listened to the businesses around us,” explains one TVBA Steering Committee spokesperson. “And responded to the feedback we’ve received. We believe that changing the timings associated with our event will enhance the process for local businesses and support growth of the event, in turn supporting further the businesses involved.”

Now entering the 12th year, the Test Valley Business Awards is well established as the ideal platform for all Test Valley businesses, especially new and smaller enterprises, to gain the recognition they need to grow; celebrating achievements and providing invaluable networking opportunities in a relaxed atmosphere.

For information about how to get involved in the Test Valley Business Awards 2016, please visit: www.tvbawards.org.uk or email: info@tvbawards.org.uk

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