Boost your Business through the SFA National Small Business Awards 2016
 
The aim of the Awards is to celebrate the achievements of small business in Ireland, and to recognise the vital contribution of the small business sector to the Irish economy.

The Awards competition is open to all companies in Ireland with up to 50 employees and there is a wide range of categories to suit all sectors – including a category for companies with under five employees and newly formed businesses.


The Awards are free to enter and the prize package for ALL finalists includes: 

  • An exhibition stand at the SFA National Small Business Showcase in Dublin Castle in February 2016
  • A strategic management masterclass weekend
  • A voucher for a Skillnets ManagementWorks management team/CEO course
  • Broad-ranging national and local media coverage, valued at €50,000

Finalists also receive five complementary tickets to the Gala prize giving ceremony which will take place in March 2016 when the category winners and overall winner will be announced. The category winners will be presented with a trophy and free membership of the Small Firms Association, and the Overall Winner will also receive a bursary of €5,000 to present to a charity of their choice (funded by the 2013 Overall Winner, Megazyme International Ireland).

Entries to the awards will be accepted until 5.30pm on Friday, October 30th and entry forms are available online at www.sfa.ie/awards . 


If you would like more information on the Awards please visit www.sfa.ie/awards or email awards@sfa.ie or Tweet about the Awards using #SFAAwards2016

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