Businesses across Lancashire have been urged to put themselves forward for one of the county’s leading awards in the next ten days.
Andy Traynor, of awards sponsor FW Capital, Fund Manager for NPIF FW Capital Debt Finance, said The BIBAs offered firms a chance to test their businesses against their peers and to review the way they work through its application process.
The 20 prize categories on offer at this year’s awards are open for applications until Friday, March 27, with hundreds applications already received.
Andy said: “Businesses are working so hard to succeed that there are very few opportunities where they get a chance to take a step back and look at what they have achieved and where they are going next.
“The application process of The BIBAs gives businesses that opportunities because the questions are structured to draw out this type of information.
“Throughout the judging process, you will not only be able to review your business, but test it against your peers in Lancashire and meet with a number of business leaders from across the county who are among the judges.”
FW Capital specialises in finance to small and medium-sized businesses in the North of England delivering a number of investment funds.