Aspirational Magazine share their support for Nottingham Post Business Awards

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Submitted by admin on Wed, 04/25/2018 - 16:52

As the award ceremony draws ever closer, excitement is really beginning to build as is the comradery between businesses who are demonstrating their support for each other, and for the event.

The awards have gained the support of some of the region’s most established businesses including headline sponsors, Brewin Dolphin, Mazars and Yü Energy, alongside the likes of Sandicliffe, Smooth Radio, Western Power Distribution, Nottingham College and Experian to name but a few.

One company who are set to support the awards for another year is local publication, Aspirational Magazine.

Created within the East Midlands, every six months 20,000 copies of this luxury lifestyle magazine are distributed to an exclusive network of readers across the region. And, targeting those that live a luxury lifestyle, the magazine features advertisements and articles from some of the country’s premier brands, from luxury jewellery stores to private wealth management services.

Having held a prominent presence in the region as the leading luxury lifestyle magazine since its first edition in 2010, Aspirational Magazine, is the perfect business to support these local awards.

No stranger to getting involved with community, Sophia Hayes, Sales Director and Editor at the magazine gave some insight into their continued support of the Nottingham Post Business Awards:

“We have had the real pleasure of watching these awards grow and grow. From what started as an idea, to now being one of the most premier business award ceremonies in the region, it just reinforces the need to recognise, reward and celebrate the things our region does well –  business being one of many! It is also great to see some businesses come full circle, going from a nominee with hopes of winning, to becoming a winner and then returning to the event as sponsors supporting other businesses!”

On the importance of supporting like-minded businesses in the region and what it means to be part of Nottingham’s business community, Sophia said:

“When we first started out we relied on the support of local businesses, entrepreneurs and establishments to support our venture, now, we are lucky in that we are never short of businesses wanting to feature in each edition – a true testament to our growth and esteem in the region.

She continued: “However, it is this willingness to support new businesses and help them to rise through the ranks that the East Midlands, and Nottinghamshire in particular, does very well. There is a real community spirit buzzing around the region and being a part of its business landscape is a real honour and privilege.”

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