SBR National Business Awards 2020 is now open for nominations

Submission of entries ends on 22 May, Friday.

The SBR National Business Awards is back in its fifth year to honour Singapore’s most exceptional homegrown businesses. Singapore Business Review is inviting local companies to nominate their most innovative projects and best practices and be hailed as leaders in their respective industries.

SBR National Business Awards aims to recognise local firms that have made remarkable contributions to the Lion City’s economy and are on the verge of regional and global expansion.

Last year, in the Hospital & Leisure category, Axe Factor won the award for introducing the first axe throwing facility in Asia. “It's a great honor to win an award because it actually brings us one step closer into what we want to achieve when I started this company about one and a half years back,” said Samuel Tey, CEO of Axe Factor.

Meanwhile, Adventus Singapore Pte Ltd won in the IT Services category. The ICT solutions provider helped a property firm in upgrading its existing infrastructure and migrating into a new system powered by virtualisation technology. “It’s the second time we're receiving this award, but still the excitement is there. We feel that customers put more trust in companies who these winning projects and awards,” expressed Seah Jie Ling, Senior Manager, Client Services at Adventus.

SBR National Business Awards is open to all homegrown Singaporean enterprises. Nomination is free and winners will be honoured at an awards ceremony on 02 July 2020 in Singapore.

Deadline of entries is on 22 May 2020, Friday.

To know more about the awards, click here. For inquiries, contact +65 3158 1386 ext. 221 or send an email to julie@charltonmediamail.com

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