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Don’t miss out on the chance to enter the Cambridge Business Excellence Awards 2016

Pure are proud to once again be supporting the Cambridge Business Excellence Awards and is reminding local organisations not miss out on a chance of winning a prestigious accolade.

The annual awards, run by Cambridge News and the Cambridge Business magazine, feature a wide range of different categories for organisations of all sizes and industries to enter. These include awards for Business of the Year, Social Entrepreneurship, Business Innovation and Technology Export.

For the fourth year running, Pure is sponsoring the award for Employer of the Year. This award recognises the organisation which has successfully engaged its employees  by inspiring, motivating, developing and rewarding them.  Previous winners include Mills and Reeve, Cambridge Building Society and Cambridge Consultants.

Lynn Walters, Director at Pure, said: “We’re proud to be a part of these annual awards which celebrate the county’s exceptional business community, something we witness everyday as we support local organisations with their recruitment needs. The deadline to submit entries is fast approaching and we are encouraging businesses not to miss out on the chance of winning an accolade this year. There are numerous business benefits to entering these awards, including a great opportunity to showcase your organisation, and winning an award is a hugely motivating experience for all staff  and it  helps  attract future talent.  

Entries can be uploaded online at Cambridge News. The deadline to enter is Friday 22 January and the awards will be presented on 17 March at an event hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby.

Lynn added: “One of the reasons we sponsor this particular award is because it complements our own Best Employers Eastern Region initiative, run in conjunction with eras Ltd. Through this initiative we provide local businesses with a completely free employee survey designed to effectively capture the data employers need to understand just how engaged their employees are. It provides feedback on the company’s culture and values, and the impact this has on engagement, which reflects in how people perform. It comes with a free action plan for guidance on further development, helping businesses to create a working environment worthy of being celebrated through awards such as the Cambridge Business Excellence Awards or our own Best Employer Eastern Region awards.”