Small Company Achievement of the year
This industry is notable for the contribution of a large number of small companies, but because they are not able to shout as loudly as the bigger companies, they do not always get the credit they deserve.
This new Award aims to change that, by specifically highlighting the contribution of small companies – defined as those with under 50 employees.
The terms of this category are broad and can be entered by companies in all parts of the supply chain, provided they meet the size criteria. Judges are looking for evidence of all or most of the following: best practice; notable achievements; new initiatives; collaboration and innovation. Companies will be judged on their achievements, not specifically on their size – i.e it doesn’t matter whether a company has 5 or 45 employees, it is the achievements that count.
Testimonials are always beneficial for this category from customers or collaborators.
- When was your company established?
- How many full-time employees do you have?
- What has your company done in the past year that is worthy of note? (max 200 words)
- What initiatives have you taken to expand your customer base, or develop existing business? (max 200 words)
- What innovations or improvements have you introduced in technology, best practice and/or training? (max 200 words)
- Provide any details of your trading performance and contracts that would be relevant
- Provide details of any awards, achieved standards or other external recognition
- Sum up why you think you deserve this award (max 200 words)