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Judge Jules goes National with the SME Business Awards

SA Law Partner & Non-Executive Director at Wenta Julie Gingell has joined the judging panel of the prestigious SME National Business Awards. 

The awards are open to all SMEs in the UK and all local businesses are encouraged to enter at www.smenationalbusinessawards.co.uk

The final takes place on the 1st December at the iconic Wembley Stadium. Speaking on behalf of the organisers Awards Director Damian Cummins said:  

"Entering awards are a fantastic way to grow any business and a company need only reach the finals of these awards to raise their kudos. More importantly, it gives them a brand new and exciting marketing strategy that both social media and traditional press love, not to mention existing customers and the all-important new target audience."

We are thrilled that someone of Julie’s calibre has joined our panel, we rely on experienced business people from across all sectors to choose winners in these sought after awards and we welcome Julie with open arms."

Julie adds: 

“I am honoured to have been invited on the judging panel of this prestigious awards programme.The SME Business Awards are an excellent opportunity for an organisation to be recognised their commercial achievement and I am looking forwards to hearing the entrant’s business success stories.”

Businesses can enter up to 3 awards and the only criteria apart from being an excellent business is that you have less than 250 employees.

For more information about how to enter and about the 13 categories, please visit  www.smenationalbusinessawards.co.uk

Media enquiries regarding the awards to damian@eventsandpr.co.uk or 01908 542720

CONTACT JULIE

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Marketing & Business Development matter, please do not hesitate to contact Julie Gingell on 01727 798077.

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