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Surrey International Trade Awards Nominations Now Open

Surrey:  The Surrey Board of Trade is now accepting applications for the Surrey International Trade  Awards. “Surrey can be proud of its record of import and export achievements,” says Anita Huberman
CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “The Surrey Board of Trade International Trade Awards provide recognition for this success, raise awareness of the vital contribution imports and exports make to B.C.’s economy, and act as a catalyst for companies to reach even higher levels of excellence.”
Nominations are now being accepted in the following two categories:
1. Small Business – Under $15 Million Revenue
and
2. Large Business – Over $15 Million Revenue.

The deadline to submit nominations is Friday, April 10, 2015, by 5:00pm. Nomination forms and more information can be found at http://www.businessinsurrey.com/surrey-international-awards/

Entrants can range from sole traders to large manufacturing organizations, and cover all sectors of Surrey’s diverse business landscape. The majority of business activities must be conducted in Surrey and/or the applicant must be a member of the Surrey Board of Trade. The goal is to recognize outstanding international trade achievement in Surrey. Applicants can be an import or export company, or both an import and export company.

The Surrey Board of Trade will be presenting the 7th International Trade Awards at a reception held on May 7, 2015.

The International Trade Awards Reception will feature an International Trade Show, keynote speakers, delicious appetizers and networking with Consulate Offices, Business Leaders and Government Representatives.

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