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The Winchester Business Excellence Awards 2024 have been launched earlier today at a networking breakfast event hosted at Chesil House.

The competition, organised by Winchester Business Improvement District (BID), The Hampshire Chronicle and Hampshire Chamber of Commerce, has now begun and the judges will be looking for the best and brightest businesses in the Winchester district.

Nominations are open until 18 April, the judges will announce three finalists in each category in the Hampshire Chronicle and on on 2 May, and then a celebratory evening will conclude the awards on Thursday 30 May.

Nominations are open for the awards which are now in their 22nd year and have become an important part of the city’s business calendar.

Click here to find out more about the launch and to enter the awards.

This year’s categories are:
Business of the Year | Business Leader Award sponsored by Trethowans | Large Business Award sponsored by Hampshire Chamber of Commerce | SME/Independent Business Award sponsored by Winchester BID | New Business Award sponsored by Dutton Gregory Solicitors | Charity and Social Enterprise Award sponsored by LOCALiQ | Sustainable Business Award sponsored by the University of Winchester | Service Excellence Award sponsored by JM Finn | Creative and Cultural Award sponsored by Winchester City Council | Technology and Innovation Award sponsored by Paris Smith.

The awards are also supported by Chesil House, CTG Cleaning Services, The Little Kitchen Company, NatWest and Ridge and Partners LLP.

Nominations are welcomed for businesses in the Winchester district or businesses are able to nominate themselves:

Video: Cait Salanson from The Little Kitchen Company talks about their success at last year’s awards and why you should enter in 2024.

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