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The ‘Oscars’ of small business is back

The prestigious national awards programme recognises the tireless journey, hard work and outstanding achievements of small businesses and entrepreneurial success. It is a celebration of the most outstanding businesses and the mercurial individuals behind these successful and growing enterprises!

Winning a South African Small Business Award is the ultimate recognition for every business owner and entrepreneur. It’s the springboard to personal and business success. The South African Small Business Awards culminates at the 2016 NSBC Gala Breakfast & Awards Breakfast. This is an exclusive event, celebrating the success of all participating businesses. With a luxurious breakfast and first-class entertainment, the morning is a memorable affair for all those attending. It also presents an opportunity to network with similar outstanding business people, captains of industry, leading entrepreneurs and the media.
This year’s NSBC Gala Breakfast & Awards will be hosted in the Montecasino Ballroom, Fourways, Johannesburg on Thursday, 10 November 2016. 2016 is bigger and better, with massive recognition up for grabs. Previous winners did not believe they could win, but they entered and they WON.

Entry is FREE and for NSBC Members only. The competition is evaluated in four categories as well as a special category. More than one category can be entered into. Categories include:
• National Small Business Champion of the Year
• National Entrepreneur Champion of the Year
• National Women in Business Champion of the Year
• National Young Entrepreneur Champion of the Year, and
• Special Category: Awards where recognition is deserved.

To enter the 2016 South African Small Business Awards, click here.

Tickets to attend the prestigious function as a guest (not as an awards entrant) will be on sale from the beginning of September 2016. At this time you will meet the sponsors and see the full programme for the 2016 NSBC Gala Breakfast & Awards.

Proudly brought to you by the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC).