The Kingston business community is preparing for a night of celebration on Thursday.
Tickets are already selling fast for the Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony where the winners will be revealed.
The event will be hosted by TV presenter Michael Underwood and will take place at Ravens Ait, on the River Thames.
The event is organised by Kingston Chamber of Commerce, Kingston Council and Kingston First.
Forbes Low, chief executive of Kingston Chamber, said: “I am fortunate to see on a regular basis how driven, supportive and creative our businesses are.
“The awards are an excellent platform to promote the abilities and personnel of our Kingston businesses.”
Kirsten Henley, chief executive of Kingston First, said: “The awards are a fantastic celebration of Kingston’s very best business and the most committed and passionate teams in the borough.
“We’re looking forward to being inspired by the work that goes on across Kingston, and of course, celebrating successful organisations.”
The nominees have undergone a rigorous judging process, including interviews by judges.
Liz Green, Leader of Kingston Council said, “We look forward to seeing which business win this year as well as celebrating the on-going successes and contributions of the wider local business community.”
Kingston business excellence awards gala dinner & awards ceremony will be held from 6pm until midnight on Thursday, at Raven’s Ait. To book tickets online, visit: www.kingstonawards.co.uk
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