SBR International Business Awards 2020 opens doors for nominations

Submission of entries is until 22 May, Friday.

In its seventh straight year, the SBR International Business Awards is back to accept nominations for the most outstanding multinational companies who have established offices on this side of the region.

The awards programme aims to recognise the most remarkable contributions of international companies which have created an impact in Singapore's vibrant economy.

If you think your innovative project or best practice is growing the business and disrupting your industry, Singapore Business Review invites you to nominate and be recognised for your accomplishments.

Entries will be judged on their uniqueness and innovation, effectiveness and dynamism. Last year’s awardees are leading their respective industries, including AIA Singapore (Insurance), Hoffmann Quality Tools Asia Pacific (Machining and Tooling), Daimler Financial Services (Financial Services), and Edrington Singapore (Food & Beverage).

Nomination is free and winners will be honoured at the awarding ceremony on 02 July 2020 in Singapore. Deadline of submission of entries is on 22 May (Friday).

To know more about the awards, click here. For inquiries, contact contact +65 3158 1386 ext. 244 or send an email to awards@charltonmediamail.com

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