The awards will help businesses across the county to stop and review just what they have overcome and achieved throughout the pandemic, and share their stories of resilience.
New and updated awards include the Resilience Award, Go Green Award, Built Environment Award, Made in Lancashire Award, Marketing Agency Award and Professional Services Award.
Finalists this year will invited to a masterclass designed to help them get the very most from the opportunity and impress the judges with training sponsor Sales Geek. And winners will benefit from a further Sales Geek session plus access to a suite of expert support on offer from category sponsors to support areas such as legal, financial, recruitment, growth support and training.
Usually taking place in March, due to the pandemic the awards this year will take place on 25 November at Winter Gardens Blackpool.
Richard Slater, publisher of Lancashire Business View, said: “Now, more than ever, businesses across the county need to celebrate their extraordinary resilience and success.
“After a tough 18 months we do hope businesses will grasp this opportunity to shout about how they’ve overcome the challenges of the pandemic as we look to the future.
“It’s great to see so many businesses already getting involved and encourage all to do so. The entry process is straight forward and an excellent way to uncover all that has been achieved by businesses over the past 12 months.”
For more information on entering, judging and the awards ceremony please visit www.redroseawards.co.uk.
The Red Rose Awards are in association with Forbes Solicitors and Barclays. The judging partner is Blackpool and The Fylde College. The awards are also sponsored by Azets, Bigtank Video Productions, Business Health Matters, Campbell & Rowley, Cube Thinking, Eventus Recruitment Group, Ewood Experience, Four Recruitment, Harrison Drury Solicitors, Marketing Lancashire, Matrix 247, Mattioli Woods, Napthens Solicitors, Peter Scott Printers, Pink Link, PM+M, Porsche Centre Bolton, Rowan Group, Sales Geek, Seriun, SparesVault, Sundown Solutions, Two Zero and University of Central Lancashire. The charity partner is Community Foundation for Lancashire.