The CoventryLive and WarwickshireLive Business Awards are back for 2022 and ready for your entries.
The annual ceremony will celebrate the city region’s finest businesses, entrepreneurs and organisations across 12 different categories (scroll down for full list).
We have a new award for 2022 which will recognise a cultural organisation or business which has shown innovation in any area over the past 12 months such as fundraising, investment or community engagement.
And we will once again crown our overall Company of the Year taken from our category winners on the night.
The deadline for submissions is Wednesday September 21 – click through here to read all the category criteria and to submit an entry
The ceremony will be held on Friday October 28 at Coombe Abbey Hotel in Coventry
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The awards are run by our sister websites and newspaper CoventryLive, WarwickshireLive and Coventry Telegraph in partnership with BusinessLive.
This year’s award categories and sponsors are:
– Small Business of the Year
– New Business of the Year
– Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya Award for Manufacturer of the Year
– Diversity and Inclusion Award
– Professional Services Firm of the Year
– Property and Construction Business of the Year, sponsored by Kings Real Estate
– Retail Business of the Year
– Third Sector Organisation of the Year
– Innovation in Cultural Sector Award, sponsored by Coventry City of Culture
– Green Business of the Year
– International Trade and Export Award, sponsored by Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce
– Company of the Year (chosen from other category winners)
Adam Moss, editor of CoventryLive and Coventry Telegraph, said: “As life in the Coventry and Warwickshire business world returns to some sort of normality after the covid pandemic, it’s great that we are once again able to host our business awards after last year’s successful event.
“It has been such a busy period for the city region as its year in the global spotlight as City of Culture drew to a close in May while the area is playing its part in the 2022 Commonwealth Games which started last week in Birmingham.
“I know that businesses across Coventry and Warwickshire have risen to the challenge and will continue to do so which is why I’m encouraging you all not to be shy and shout about your achievements.
“I look forward to reading the entries as they come in over the following weeks and celebrating the finalists and winners at our ceremony in October.”