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MKBAA


Share your business


Entries are now open, with first success stories


Taking place on March 24, 2022 at Stadium MK, the Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards present an exciting opportunity for companies to refl ect on their highlights and share their successes with the Milton Keynes business community. T e theme for the 2022 awards is ‘MK – Leading the UK’s Green


Recovery – Survive, Revive & T rive’ but the entry categories go far and beyond that central topic: - Environmental Sustainability (sponsored by Mazars) - Charity of the Year (sponsored by PJ Care) - Design & Creativity (sponsorship available) - Culture & Arts (sponsorship available) - Technology Business (sponsored by Integral Powertrain) - New Business (sponsored by MK:U and Cranfi eld University) - Customer Service (sponsorship available) - Leisure & Entertainment (sponsorship available) - Professional Services (sponsored by dbfb) - Business Impact in the Community (sponsorship available) - Small & Medium Business (sponsorship available) - Entrepreneur of the Year (sponsored by MacIntyre Hudson) -


Innovation Award (sponsorship available)


T ere will once again be an overall Business of the Year Award, selected by the panel of judges from the 13 category winners and sponsored by Alpha Solutions, and a Lifetime Achievement Award, sponsored by All T ings Business.


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Personal Group Winners of the Health & Wellbeing award in 2020


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submissions closing on November 26, 2021. Entry is very simple and is open to any business with an MK postcode. First stage entry asks businesses to provide some basic information, such as what sectors they work within and how many staff, contractors or volunteers they have and who their customers are. Organisations are then asked to choose up to two categories to enter and each category has a specifi c question to answer, and that’s the fi rst stage completed! Martin Lay, Group Development & Performance


Manager, Personal Group - winners of the 2020 theme category for Health & Wellbeing – said: “T e Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards gave a much-needed positive boost to our employees. As we won just before the national lockdown, everyone was entering a period of uncertainty, and sharing some positive news was really great. “They were easy to enter directly online by


drafting the proposed entry and answering some simple questions as a guide. T e awards evening was very well organised and really enjoyable too! I would urge other businesses to take part.” MKBAA 2022 sees the return of veteran headline


sponsors Milton Keynes Council, Shoosmiths and T e Open University and is excited to welcome new headliners MK Gateway.


Enter now at www.mkbaa.co.uk/Submit-your-entry or to fi nd out more about the Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards or the sponsorship opportunities, visit www.mkbaa.co.uk Follow @MK_BAA on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn for the latest updates


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