2015 Oakville Awards for Business Excellence now open to nominations

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Danielle is the Communications Coordinator for Oakville Chamber of Commerce, and manages their internal and external communications, including disseminating news to the public and the media. She is a graduate of both the Western University and Ryerson University.

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The Oakville Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Oakville West, is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Oakville Awards for Business Excellence (OABE). Nomination submissions will be closed on Wednesday September 30, 2015

“The Oakville Awards for Business Excellence celebrates the many contributions our business community makes to the outstanding quality of life we enjoy here in Oakville,” says Chamber Chair, Kerry Colborne. “Last year over 150 nominations were put forward and we expect a similar result this year.”

The 21st Annual OABE award categories open for nomination are:

  1. RBC Small Business of the Year
  2. Bell Mid-size Business of the Year
  3. Oakville’s Large Business of the Year
  4. Oakville’s Professional Services Provider of the Year
  5. The Morris Mercanti Restaurateur of the Year
  6. Oakville’s Franchisee of the Year
  7. Oakville’s Entrepreneur of the Year
  8. Genworth Community Builder of the Year

The awards are dedicated to recognizing exemplary models of excellence and community service by Oakville’s businesses. It culminates in a gala dinner and award ceremony on March 23, 2016 at the Oakville Conference and Banquet Centre.

“We encourage members of the business community and general public to nominate any Oakville-based business with whom you’ve had consistently great experience,” notes Simon Pong, President of the Rotary Club of Oakville West. “It is a wonderful opportunity to formally acknowledge their hard work.”

The proceeds from the evening, including the considerable support from our Partners, provide funds for the Rotary Club’s youth and academic programs.

To be eligible for nomination, businesses must be physically located in the Town of Oakville and cannot have won in any category in the last five years. A complete list of category criteria and eligibility rules can be found at www.oabe.ca. Nominations can be submitted online at www.oabe.ca. Alternatively, forms are available at the Oakville Chamber of Commerce office.

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