THE Argus has partnered with NatWest on a collaboration to find our best apprentices and the top 100 companies to drum up for business in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Led by the publishers of Argus Newsquest Media Group in partnership with NatWest, this exciting initiative seeks to celebrate 100 companies across Essex, Sussex and London, which have “shown immense resilience during the pandemic”.

A panel of judges, with NatWest on board, will decide the top 100 companies in the region while the nominees will also receive coverage in The Argus and its sister titles in the Newsquest Media group.

There are 12 categories that businesses can enter, including Small and Medium Business, Green Business, and Apprentice of the Year.

Other categories are customer orientation, companies with a turnover of £ 1 million to £ 5 million; company with a turnover of over £ 5 million; community orientation / nonprofit / charity; contractor; innovation; exceptional contribution through Covid-19 and diversity and inclusion.

Sarah Bilby, Regional Managing Director of NatWest, said: “As Covid-19 restrictions ease and business activity increases, we want to recognize businesses in the South East region that have demonstrated immense resilience throughout the pandemic – who embraced workplace change, shown great innovation and stood up for their customers and their community.

“We are delighted to partner with Newsquest Media Group to celebrate the region’s top 100 companies and give them the recognition they truly deserve.

Arron Hendy, Editor-in-Chief of The Argus, said, “We know how brilliant our businesses are.

“The past year has had an unprecedented impact on all of our lives and businesses have had to adapt and weather the storm. We now want to honor our business community, by working with NatWest, and shine a light on these wonderful companies. that make our cities vibrate, employing several thousand people.

“We especially want to hear from apprentices. There are many across Sussex who are helping our businesses thrive.”

Visit HERE for more information and details on how to enter.

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Source: www.theargus.co.uk
This notice was published: 2021-06-14 09:11:38

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