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As the nation’s athletes prepare to compete for the ultimate prize on the world stage we will honour those North West deals and dealmakers that broke away from the pack during 2011.

North West Entrepreneur of the Year Awards
27 October 2011
Mere Golf and Country Club, Cheshire

Nominations for the 10th annual EN North West Entrepreneur of the Year Awards are now closed.

Cast off your sackcloth and ashes!
First held in 2003, EN’s Deals of the Year Awards is the liveliest event on the North West’s business calendar and the best opportunity of the year to network with the region’s top entrepreneurs and professional advisors. To make sure you aren’t left out we can offer a range of ticket and sponsorship packages to suit every organisation.

Now in their ninth year, EN’s North West Entrepreneur of the Year Awards are the region’s top accolade for owner-managed businesses. As the campaigning voice of North West enterprise since the early 1990s EN magazine is read and trusted by the region’s wealth creators.

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Make a date in your diary now for the ICT Conference 2009. This years conference will discuss 'Competing in the new world - Innovate your way to sucess'.

This is the 6th occurrence of this annual event and it has grown year on year. The programme for the day is currently under development and will be promoted and available on this webpage once complete.

In recent years, the UK‘s strength in science, technology and innovation has been the unsung hero of the economy as a whole.

The Lancashire Business Environment Awards 2009 provide Lancashire businesses with recognition for their achievements in improving environmental performance.
The Awards are managed and organised by our business division, the Lancashire Business Environment Association (LancsBEA) and will be presented at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel, Clayton-le-Moors on 22nd October 2009.

Now in its sixth year, FDF's Community Partnership Awards recognises the inspiring examples of food and drink companies which have has a significant positive impact on the communities in which they operate, through their contributions to local schools and hospitals, sponsorship of community sports activities, cultural and civic project, environmental initiatives and other community involvement.

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