Applications open for the 2024 Staffordshire Chambers Business Awards

Submit your application to Staffordshire Chambers Business Awards 2024

Applications are now open for the 2024 Staffordshire Chambers Business Awards.

The hugely-popular annual celebration marks the achievements and successes of businesses around the county, and recognises their hard work and innovation during the last 12 months and beyond.

A total of 15 category awards are available to enter, including two brand new categories, Responsible Business of the Year and the Learning and Development Award.

Applications are fast, free, and can be made via the Chambers’ website, here.

This year’s gala awards ceremony will be held on 4 July at Doubletree by Hilton on Festival Park, Stoke-on-Trent.  It has attracted a stellar line-up of companies and organisations who have signed up to support the awards.

Chris Plant, Deputy CEO of Staffordshire Chambers, said: “The prestigious Staffordshire Chambers Business Awards honour the remarkable accomplishments of local businesses that have showcased remarkable growth, innovation, and impact on the Staffordshire economy during the past year.

“Submitting a free application is an excellent way to enhance brand visibility, access fresh marketing prospects, connect with the top businesses in Staffordshire, and ultimately enhance your financial performance.”

Sponsors of this year’s awards include the West Midland Reserve Forces and Cadets Association, Ornua, Staffordshire County Council, Sempar Accountancy and Tax, Rydale Roofing, GivEnergy, Ironmarket Wealth, Staffordshire University, NSCG, Dains, Lexus and Toyota Stoke, Synectics Solutions, KPI Recruiting, Stoke-on-Trent College and the Staffordshire International Trade Centre – as well as HSBC who return as headline sponsor and We Are Staffordshire as Awards Partner.

The deadline for applications is 22 March and finalists shortlisted for an award will be exclusively unveiled in Daily Focus later in the Spring.

For more information on the awards and to apply, please click here.