Cheshire Business Leaders’ High Sheriff’s Awards 2015
8th December, 2014
Active business group Cheshire Business Leaders (CBL) is pleased to announce it is once again presenting two awards as part of the prestigious High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise 2015.
CBL will present the award for ‘Outstanding Business Leader’ and the award for ‘Young Entrepreneur’ at the ceremony at Chester Town Hall on 26 March 2015.
Now in its third year, CBL is made up of an active group of business leaders from Cheshire. Their aim is to inform local and national government of key business issues, to be a sounding board on public sector initiatives and a think tank for Cheshire’s economic growth.
If you would like to enter the High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise 2015 please go to www.chester.ac.uk/hs/how-too-enter.
The closing date for entries is 20 December 2014.
For more information please contact Jude Kenyon on 01244 405418 or email [email protected]
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