We're finalists for New Business of the Year!
By Fi or Becs, Jul 10 2015 12:12PM
We are literally bouncing around the room in excitment today as we're allowed to offically announce that we are FINALISTS in the Enterprise Vision Awards for New Business of the Year!
After finding out last week it's been somewhat difficult to stop Becs from declaring it on all forms of social media - but now we can tell everyone and start getting ready for the next stage!
What happens next:
As an offical finalist (woop, still chuffed!) for New Business of the Year (which is sponsored by Chorley Council), the next round is an interview at the Imperial Hotel in Blackpool in the next few weeks.
We're sending Becs along where she'll be interviewed by three judges and provide a short presentation all about Fi & Becs... if any of you know Becs you'll appreciate that she is very excited about this as she strangely really likes presenting and will talk cheerily to anyone about our business for hours if left unattended.
All of the finalists will be scored by the judging panel - BUT there is also an element of public voting to the Enterprise Vision Awards... so we might need your help by voting for us in the next couple of months!
The winners will be announced at the fabulous Awards Night held in the Empress Ballroom at the prestigious Winter Gardens in Blackpool in September - nice dresses on, fingers crossed, glass(es) of wine at the ready...
About the Enterprise Visions Awards:
The Enterprise Vision Awards celebrate women in business from across the North West. The awards were created to specifically recognise ladies in The North West of England who are inspiring others by successfully running their own businesses.
You can find out more about the Enterprise Visions Awards on their website or follow them on Twitter for all the news and info! Their Twitter account is: @EVA_Awards
Please wish us luck, and we'll let you know how we get on!
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