Manchester, NH – The Mayor’s Office and the Economic Development Office (MEDO) are making a final call for nominations for the 2nd Annual Mayor’s Small Business Awards presented by Comcast Business Class. Nominations will be accepted until Monday, February 27th. Manchester small businesses can be nominated in three categories: Growth, Innovation and Community Service. Last year’s winners were; XMA Corp. (Growth), Liquid Health Labs (Innovation) and Print Savvy (Community Service). Nomination forms are available at www.yourmanchesternh.gov/smallbusinessweek. Businesses are able to nominate themselves.
The two small business finalists from each category will be featured in Business NH Magazine and the award winners will be recognized at an Awards Recognition Breakfast on Friday, May 25th at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College.
The Mayor’s Awards are part of Manchester Small Business Week presented by Citizens Bank. Manchester Small Business Week (MSBW) will take place from Monday, May 21st – Friday, May 25th and will feature a full-week of programs and events geared to provide small business owners with the information and resources they need to be successful.
MSBW is made possible through the support of our presenting sponsor, Citizens Bank, and our supporting sponsors, Comcast Business Class, Devine Millimet, UNH Manchester, PSNH, Anagnost Companies, Millennium Integrated Marketing, Fairpoint Communications, MVP Healthcare, Business NH Magazine and Printer’s Square.
For more information about the programs and events offered during Manchester Small Business Week or to nominate a company, please contact Chris Wellington, Economic Development Office, at 603-624-6505 or visit http://www.yourmanchesternh.com/smallbusinessweek.
May 21-25th presented by Citizens Bank
Nominations are now being accepted until Feb 27th for the Mayor's Small Business Award. Finalists will be featured in Business NH Magazine and the winners will be recognized during a breakfast on 5/25. Click here for a nomination form.
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