Celebrations, nominations and anticipation are set to leave South Africa on an all-time high, come 15 November 2013 at the 11th Annual National Business Awards.
Hosted by Topco Media, the corporate platform will complement innovation and creativity in its entrepreneurial nation - mixing business with pleasure, once again, among South Africa's various trades. An evening of glamour and sophistication at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg is where handshakes of success will be initiated.
No business, big or small, is overlooked. The National Business Awards demands to have the best of the best present at its prestigious event. Entries are still welcome, and will remain open until 20 September 2013.
This year, the National Business Awards will showcase and congratulate South Africa's business achievements in the following categories:
ORGANISATION CATEGORIES Diversity in the Workplace Award sponsored by Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) Fast Growth SMME Award sponsored by Telkom Business ESG Award Logistics Award sponsored by Kintetsu World Express (KWE) Innovation through Technology Award The Corporate Citizenship Award Multinational Award Alt-X Award Investing in People Award Customer Focus Award Business Tourism Award
INDIVIDUAL CATEGORIES Top Performing Businessman of the Year Award Top Performing Businesswoman of the Year Award Top Performing Entrepreneur of 2013 Award Young Executive of the Year Award (<35 years)
GOVERNMENT CATEGORY Top Performing Parastatal/Agency of the Year Award Top Performing Government Department Award sponsored by Department of Human Settlements
The entry process is simple! All it involves is the completion of an admission form, along with a detailed motivational plea. Help raise awareness around South African businesses and their pinnacle achievements. Proudly, previous Award winners have already raised their business profile on a nationwide scale.
Up for nomination at the National Business Awards are respectable companies, such as South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), Imperial Logistics, DHL Express and the Department of Community Safety from the Western Cape Government - to name a few.
And making the very difficult, but well-deserved decisions, will be an experienced and valued judging panel, consisting of Ms Elsie Pule (ESKOM), Mr Donald Liphoko (Government Communication and Information Systems, GCIS), Dr Namane Magau (B & D Solutions) and Mr Dennis Dykes (Nedbank) and more.
Don't sleep on this opportunity! Exposure, press coverage and new business opportunities is what will be offered at the 11th Annual National Business Awards. To find out more about sponsorship opportunities, entering or attending the Awards ceremony, contact Sheri Morgan on
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