Business of the Year Award Nominations are Now Open!
Posted on January 25, 2024
Apply by Feb. 26, 2024
CenterState CEO is now accepting nominations from members for its 2024 Business of the Year Awards.
Members are encouraged to submit their nominations before the Feb. 26, 2024 deadline, in one of the following categories:
- Businesses with fewer than 50 employees
- Businesses with more than 50 employees
- Community involvement
- Minority-owned business (in partnership with UMEA, the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance)
CenterState CEO membership is required for nomination in the Businesses with fewer than or more than 50 employees, Community Involvement and Nonprofit categories.
Nominees in the Minority-owned Business category must be a UMEA member; UMEA Board Members are ineligible to be nominated.
Companies that have won within the last five award years (2023, 2022, 2021, 2019, 2018) cannot be recognized in the same category.
Selection criteria and award consideration is not based on number of submissions.
For more information, contact Lisa Metot at 315-470-1870 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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