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Broadland and South Norfolk Business Awards 2020

Nominations are now open for the Broadland District Council and South Norfolk Council Business Awards 2020 recognising successes and achievements and the vision and innovation that drives investment in the future of the region

Nominations open

As part of their ongoing collaboration, Broadland District Council and South Norfolk Council are jointly bringing you the Business Awards 2020.

Building on the success of the 2019 South Norfolk Business Awards, the awards will celebrate the excellence, innovation and best practice shown by businesses across the combined area.

If you’re a business with an operating base in Broadland or South Norfolk, nominate yourself for one or more of the ten awards. Categories include –

  • Excellence in Digital Creative and ICT
  • Excellence in Life Sciences
  • Excellence in Advanced Manufacturing
  • Excellence in Financial Services and Insurance
  • Innovation in Agriculture
  • Food and Drink Visitor Economy Experience
  • New Business
  • Business Growth
  • International Business Growth
  • Environmental Impact

There is also a Retailer of the Year award open for public nomination, so if you have a favourite independent retailer that goes the extra mile nominate it today and you could win £100 of shopping vouchers.

If you’re a retailer, make sure you request a free marketing pack to advertise to your customers.

With the support of our headline sponsor Fosters Solicitors and media partner Radio Norwich, the best of Broadland and South Norfolk’s talent will be showcased at an awards ceremony on 26 March 2020 at the Open Norwich.

For more information and to nominate your business or favourite retailer today visit

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