Another year and another fantastic line-up of sponsors have been confirmed for the Nottingham Post Business Awards.
ITV, Mazars, Gately Plc and The WBS Group are headlining this year’s event while names including HSBC, Western Power Distribution, Stirland Paterson Group and BMI The Park Hospital have come on board as category sponsors.
And as the ceremony on Wednesday 22 May draws ever closer, another name has been added into the sponsorship mix as East Midlands’ leading luxury lifestyle publication, Aspirational Magazine, announces its support.
The magazine has been created, printed and distributed on a bi-annual basis since 2010 and boasts a readership of 85,000.
Tailoring its content to high net worth individuals, the magazine features advertisements and articles from some of the region’s most high-profile brands, from luxury jewellery stores to private wealth management services.
The publication has been key supporters of the Nottingham Post Business Awards for many years, but this year has put its name to the Contribution to the Community category – just one of the 15 awards up for grabs on the night.
Editor of Aspirational Magazine, Matthew Hayes is thrilled to be partnering with this particular award.
“Businesses rely on the custom and support of the communities in which they operate so it’s important that they give back in any way they can.
“Communities need to know that the businesses that have set up camp in the local area are making the effort to integrate.
“At Aspirational Magazine we champion the local community by showcasing some of the fantastic places to visit and things to do in the area. We are perfectly aligned to sponsor this particular category and are looking forward to learning more about the positive steps businesses are making with their CSR activities.”
When nominations come to a close, applications for each category will be handed to their respective sponsors and it will be the job of Aspirational Magazine to select three finalists including one winner.
With so many entries for the category this year, the publication has a tough job ahead of them. Matthew shared what he will be looking for in the winning applicant.
“Whether it be through charitable support or investing in community-led projects, CSR activity is vital for any business. So, when it comes to picking our three stand-out entrants, we will be looking at the innovative ways in which they have built a reputation among the East Midlands region.
“As well as this, we will be looking at how they have aided the economic regeneration and how the day-to-day work they do has supported local suppliers.”
For more information about the Nottingham Post Business Awards, including key dates and the full list of categories visit the dedicated website.
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