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Surrey Board of Trade announces 2014 Surrey Business Award Winners

Surrey, B.C. – On Thursday, November 7, 2014, the Surrey Board of Trade recognized six of Surrey’s best businesses in a variety of different categories.  The Surrey Business Excellence Awards, with Presenting Sponsors Kwantlen Polytechnic University and TD Bank, and media sponsor the Leader Newspaper, celebrated their 16th year, with more than 350 people in attendance.  Master of Ceremonies, Pamela Martin, guided guests through the evening. Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Surrey Board of Trade Surrey Business Excellence Awards!

“The Surrey Board of Trade focused on the strength and innovation within every entrepreneur to take an idea and use it as the foundation for building a business. They are inspirational – from the very small business to the large business to the not for profit service organization,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade.

The judging team’s evaluation assessed the following competencies: Organizational Profile, Leadership, Strategy Development and Planning, Customer Focus and Market Knowledge, Employee Learning and People Focus, Process Management, Supplier/Partner Focus, Community Involvement, Overall business Performance.

1-10 employees Winner:  Pacific Land Group
Sponsored by Copytek Print Centres

11 – 40 employees Winner:  Eagle Cinematronics Inc. (Cinematronix)
Sponsored by BM Group of Companies

41+ employees Winner:  FinancialCAD Corporation (FINCAD)
Sponsored by Fruiticana

New Business of the Year Winner:  Surrey Kids Physio Group
Sponsored by Century Group

Not-for-Profit Winner:  Surrey Christmas Bureau
Sponsored by Abbotsford International Airport

Business Person of the Year Winner:  Vikram Vij
Sponsored by Hamilton Duncan Armstrong & Stewart

Last night’s event also saw the inaugural Corporate Social Responsibility Recognition Award presented to Leed Advisors Inc. This award was created to recognize a business working to improve the lives of their employees and to enhance the civic environment in which they operate, through participation in community programs, partnerships with community organizations, volunteering, educational and/or environmental initiatives, and/or for creating a positive environment for employees.

The event took the form of an “Academy Awards” style dinner, and was held at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel from 6:00 – 9:30 p.m.

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