Nominations sought for Excellence in Business Award
The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce presents the Excellence in Business Awards each year in celebration of the outstanding achievements and community involvement of Cambridge-area businesses and organizations. Exemplary members are recognized at a gala banquet and awards ceremony, the largest event of the CCC year.
Be a part of this event-to-remember by nominating the Chamber members you feel make a difference in our community, in the categories of:
• New Member of the Year
• Small Business of the Year
• Nonprofit of the Year
• Leading Edge
• Corporate Citizen of the Year
• Carl F. Barron Business Person of the Year.
Please visit www.cambridgechamber.org/chamber/news_awardnom.html to read about the criteria for each award and submit your nominations. All Chamber members, with the exception of members of the Chamber’s 2009 Board of Directors, are eligible to be nominated, as long as they meet the stated criteria. Self-nominations are acceptable and encouraged. Anonymous nominations will not be considered, as participants in the nomination process may be contacted for additional information on their nominees. Nominations are due by Friday, February 26. Submit your nominations now at www.cambridgechamber.org/chamber/news_awardnom.html and help us make this year’s event the best yet!
Business After Hours 2010 Series Chinese New Year BAHsh
Happy New Year! February 14 marks the start of the Chinese New Year. 2010 is the Year of the Tiger so that means a great deal to you if you were born in the years 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998 or 2010—you were born under the sign of the tiger. Not born in one of these years? That’s okay, you’re still in for a fantastic time and lots of networking. The Hong Kong always puts on a great party and having you there will make it that much better. The Cambridge Chamber predicts that staying involved will provide you with a year in which you’ll really shine, personally or professionally. Now that’s one prediction you can control!
Thursday, February 18, 2010
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Hong Kong — Harvard Square
1238 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
Street, meter and garage parking is available throughout Harvard
Square. Taking the red line? Use the Harvard Square stop.
$25 for members and $50 for non-members with registration &
payment by February 16. $10 additional thereafter.
Register at www.cambridgechamber.org/chamber/viewevent.html?id=264