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Ten days left until Arts & Business Scotland Awards nominations close

Posted: 21st September 2016

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With just ten days left until nominations close for the Arts & Business Scotland 30th Annual Awards, time is running out for submissions from those hoping to be considered for one of the prestigious accolades.

Next year’s event, which marks the 30th anniversary of the Awards, will be held at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall located in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre on Thursday 23rd March. The venue is renowned for hosting world class cultural events with the likes of BB King, Johnny Cash and Van Morrison having performed there.

Events Manager Lindsay Rodger said: “It’s a fantastic milestone for us to reach 30 years of recognising outstanding partnerships between the cultural and business sectors and we’re encouraging anyone with an inspiring story of collaboration to get their nominations in before the deadline of Friday 30th November.

“In our 30th anniversary year we wanted to find a venue fitting of such a special occasion and we have no doubt Glasgow Royal Concert Hall will more than exceed our expectations.”

The categories for this year’s awards include five partnership awards, Business Creativity, sponsored by Inksters Solicitors – introduced last year for the first time, Enterprising Museum of the Year, the coveted Leadership Award and for the first time Fundraising Excellence.

The deadline for submissions is midnight, Friday 30th September.

 

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