Sponsorship selling out fast for prestigious business awards

2016-awards-sponsorsSponsorship for the 2016 Business Leader Awards is selling out fast as businesses seize the opportunity to be part of this prestigious business event.

2016 will be the fourth consecutive year of the Business Leader awards.

The event presents a not to be missed evening that brings together influential leaders in business, education and government, along with the media and VIPs to celebrate business success in Bristol and the South West.

The Awards also offers a host of sponsorship and branding opportunities, giving businesses the chance to align their brand with excellence, innovation and success and position themselves in front of the region’s top business leaders, key influencers and emerging stars.

Sponsorship and branding opportunities include sponsorship of the individual awards.

A number of high-profile sponsors have already put their name to categories including Business in the Community (North Somerset Council), Innovation of the Year (Weston College), Rising Star Award (Burton Sweet), Corporate Deal of the Year (NatWest) and Business of the Year – 11-50 Employees (HR Dept).

Businesses can also sponsor the champagne reception, charity casino and events programme.

Andrew Scott, founder of the Business Leader Awards, commented: “It’s fantastic to see so many influential businesses getting involved and putting their name to an event which is proud to celebrate business achievements and outstanding success in the region.

Each year we anticipate a rush for sponsorship and 2016 is no different. There are still sponsorship opportunities available but businesses need to be quick if they want to take advantage of the promotional benefits and high-profile media coverage which comes with being a sponsor.”

The awards will take place on Thursday 22nd September 2016 at Double Tree by Hilton, Cadbury House Hotel.

The evening kicks off with a champagne reception and spectacular gala dinner before the award winners are announced across 14 different categories.

Hosting the awards will be a high-profile guest speaker. Previous years’ hosts have included former MP Gyles Brandreth, Michelle Mone and Sir Ranulph Fiennes.