To celebrate the people and organisations that make Glasgow a thriving city, The Herald has teamed up with Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW for the fifth…
The Herald and Glasgow Chamber of Commerce are delighted to be working with Glasgow’s award-winning city brand – PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW to host this year’s Inspiring City Awards, celebrating and rewarding the people and organisations that make Glasgow great.
Glasgow has a long and distinguished history of innovators, pioneers and traders who have made their mark on the world stage. As two of the city’s most trusted and respected institutions we thought it was time to recognise the new generation of citizens who are making a tremendous contribution to the cultural and economic climate of Glasgow.
Previous winners include, Glasgow Women’s Library, Allied Vehicles, Homeless World Cup, Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow City Football Club, Barrhead Travel, Sir Alex Ferguson, Glasgow Life, Celtic Connections Festival, and the University of Strathclyde.
All entries can be submitted easily by completing the online application form.
You have until Wednesday, July 19, 2017 to enter, good luck!
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Inspiring City Awards 2017 – PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW
The aim of these awards is to give recognition to individuals, businesses and organisations who have gone beyond the call of duty to encourage, mentor and support investment and growth in Glasgow.
All categories are open to individuals, businesses and third sector organisations and are free to enter.
PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW
The Inspiring City Awards are aimed at recognising those truly remarkable individuals, businesses and organisations that consistently go the extra mile to ensure Glasgow continues to flourish. From those inspiring action in their local community to those enhancing the city’s reputation internationally, people make Glasgow, which is why the city is delighted to be continuing its support for these important awards.
For more information on PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW please visit www.peoplemakeglasgow.com
The Inspiring City Awards – PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW will take place on Thursday, September 7, 2017 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Glasgow Central. To attend this year’s event please contact Heather Steven, Events Executive on 0141 302 6018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View highlights from last year’s awards here and download your table booking form today.
The Inspiring City Awards – PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW provides a national platform to celebrate and reward the outstanding businesses, groups and individuals in Glasgow.
They offer a comprehensive long term marketing campaign which confirms your strong association with aiding the growth of this vibrant city.
Sponsorship of The Inspiring City Awards – PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW offers you the opportunity to……
- Be part of a well-established Glasgow event
- Align your brand with excellence and quality
- Increase your profile with the extensive marketing and PR campaign carried out pre and post-event
- Achieve tighter targeting and build relationships with industry leaders
- Reinforce your brand’s credentials by supporting and endorsing Glasgow business, enterprise, health, arts and sport
The Herald and Glasgow Chamber of Commerce welcome the opportunity to work in partnership with a variety of organisations to promote and grow these important industry awards.
Interested in category sponsorship and want to find out more? Contact Heather Steven, Events Executive on 0141 302 6018 to discuss the different benefits packages on offer this year.
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