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Burlington Chamber Announces Business Excellence Awards Finalists

Burlington Chamber Announces Business Excellence Awards Finalists

Burlington Excellence AwardsAfter months of meetings and interviews, the Burlington Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for its 2013 Business Excellence Awards.

The Chamber has named 17 local organizations as potential winners of awards in a variety of categories. Award nominations are based on overall business excellence and the criteria include excellence in business leadership, community contributions, entrepreneurship, environment, employee welfare, innovation, and market growth.

The finalists are:

MANUFACTURER
– EcoSynthetix
– Urtech Manufacturing Inc.
– Widex Canada Ltd.

RETAIL/ WHOLESALE
– H2 Systems Inc.
– Kinder Soles
– Nickel Brook Beers

SERVICE (Small)
– AIS Solutions
– Burlington Youth Soccer Club
– Burlington’s Sound of Music Festival

SERVICE (Large)
– Ausenco Engineering Canada Inc.
– Cogeco Cable Canada
– Gator Ted’s Sports Tap & Grill

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR
– Ahmet Kara
– David Lammers

EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR
– Chicken Farmers of Ontario
– Deloitte.
– Pretium Anderson Burlington Inc.

The winners will be announced at the Chamber Business Awards Gala set for April 10 at the Burlington Convention Centre. The Burlington Economic Development Corporation’s Business Exports Award and Mayor’s Community Service Awards will also be presented at the Gala.

For more information please call the Chamber office at 905-639-0174 or visit the Chamber’s website http://www.burlingtonchamber.com/

Summary
Event
Business Awards Gala April 10
Location
Burlington Convention Centre, 1120 Burloak Dr,Burlington,
Ending on
04/10/2014

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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