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Deadline for Havering Business Awards extended by one week

PUBLISHED: 15:38 27 June 2016 | UPDATED: 16:27 27 June 2016

Metro Security is sponsoring the Excellent Customer Service Award at the Havering Business Awards. Here managing director Trevor Wallace collects the 2015 Innovation Award

Metro Security is sponsoring the Excellent Customer Service Award at the Havering Business Awards. Here managing director Trevor Wallace collects the 2015 Innovation Award

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Businesses are being given an extra week to bid for award success.

The deadline for the Havering Business Awards has been extended by one week to midnight on Friday July 1 2016.

Companies have four days left to enter one of the 11 categories.

Havering Council’s head of economic development, Tom Dobrashian, said: “We have had a good number of entries for this year’s business awards but know there are still some excellent businesses wanting to enter which is why we are extending the deadline for one week.

“Entry to all 11 categories is free and businesses can enter up to two categories as well as the Apprentice of the Year and Business Person of the Year awards.”

For details, including online entry forms, click here

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