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Deadline extended for two Thames Gateway Business Awards categories

PUBLISHED: 12:36 20 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:36 20 September 2017

The Thames Gateway Business Awards will take place at East Wintergarden (Picture: Vickie Flores)

The Thames Gateway Business Awards will take place at East Wintergarden (Picture: Vickie Flores)

Vickie Flores

If you haven’t entered the Thames Gateway Business Awards yet, you’re in luck - the deadline for two categories has been extended.

Entries for the categories of large and medium businesses of the year are being accepted until Monday.

Large businesses are those defined as having a turnover of more than £10 million, and medium businesses those with a turnover of between £2m and £10m.

The winners will be announced at a glitzy awards ceremony at Canary Wharf’s East Wintergarden on October 27.

To enter the awards, visit thamesgatewaybusinessawards.com

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