#COMBA22 nominating closes today!

Today is your last chance to nominate those companies and individuals that you think are worthy of a coveted City of Manchester Business Award.
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Today is your last chance to nominate those companies and individuals that you think are worthy of a coveted City of Manchester Business Award.

The City of Manchester Business Awards was established by Downtown Manchester in 2010 to acknowledge and celebrate companies and entrepreneurs that have made a successful and significant contribution to economic growth in the city region.

There are a number of categories to nominate in, they are:

Networker of the Year 2022
Newcomer of the Year 2022
Employer of the Year 2022
BDM/Salesperson of the Year 2022
Man of the Year 2022
Woman of the Year 2022
Legal Firm of the Year 2022
Financial Services Firm of the Year 2022
Creative and Digital Agency of the Year 2022
Hotel of the Year 2022
Restaurant/Bar of the Year 2022
Leading Cultural Venue of the Year 2022
Architect of the Year 2022
Developer of the Year 2022
Contractor of the Year 2022
Tech Company of the Year 2022
Business Hero of the Year 2022

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