The annual Business Excellence Awards presented by RE/MAX Sea to Sky Real Estate is back for another year to recognize and honour the best in business.
The Squamish Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking nominations for outstanding achievement in business. Recognizing Squamish businesses, in addition to the individuals that lead them, 10 awards will be presented at the December 1 event.
Large Business of the Year presented by Nesters Market
Small Business of the Year presented by BlueShore Financial
New Business of the Year presented by Community Futures
Green Business of the Year presented by GFL Environmental Business Innovation presented by Race and Company LLP.
Workplace of the Year presented by Mountain FM
Community Builder of the Year presented by RE/MAX Sea to Sky Real Estate
Business Person of the Year presented by the Squamish Chief
Bill Manson Citizen of the Year presented by Sea to Sky Gondola
Young Entrepreneur of the Year presented by Futurpreneur
The Squamish Chamber of Commerce is calling on the community to nominate a business or individual that has achieved excellence in business or made significant contributions to Squamish through their community involvement.
Full eligibility requirements and category descriptions can be found online at www.squamishchamber.com. Nominations will remain open until Thursday, October 27 at 11:59pm.
“We are always impressed by the calibre of nominations received for the Business Excellence Awards and we expect 2022 to be no different. Squamish businesses have demonstrated so much ingenuity and resilience over the past few years and the Awards are an opportune time to celebrate these achievements. We are so proud of the vibrancy of our local businesses and are looking forward to recognizing those that have made significant contributions to our community at the December 1 event,” says Abby Majendie, Squamish Chamber President.
Anyone is welcome to nominate. Submissions are reviewed by a Nomination Committee with representation from the Squamish Chamber Board of Directors. Three (3) finalists are selected for each award category.
Finalists are publicized and Squamish Chamber members vote for the recipient of each award category. The Nomination Committee reconvenes, and award recipients are selected based on the outcome of the member vote, combined with the Nomination Committee vote. About the Business Excellence Awards On December 1, the Squamish Chamber of Commerce will host as estimated 150 attendees at Quest University for the annual Business Excellence Awards.