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'It made me believe in my business' – Firms urged to enter Norfolk Business Awards at Royal Norfolk Show event

Guests at the Norfolk Business Awards reception hosted at the Royal Norfolk Show. Picture: Archant.

Guests at the Norfolk Business Awards reception hosted at the Royal Norfolk Show. Picture: Archant.

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Firms from across the county heard about the transformative impact of the Norfolk Business Awards at a reception hosted by Archant.

Finalists from last year’s awards, the latest cohort of Future50 members and other guests enjoyed the evening sunshine overlooking the Grand Ring at the Royal Norfolk Show.

Eddie Linehan of Thunderbrook Equestrian, winner of last year’s One to Watch award at the 2017 awards, urged other companies to be brave enough to put themselves forward.

“It made me believe in myself and it made me believe in my business,” he said.

“When it comes around to Norfolk Show time, I always take stock and look at my business, and the growth we have had in the past few years has been unbelievable.”

Businesses interested in entering the awards had the chance to speak to past winners, receive advice on which categories to enter, and take guidance from judges.

Entries are now open for the Norfolk Business Awards across 11 categories, with a deadline of August 10.

MORE: Find out about the Norfolk Business Awards 2018

MORE: Top tips for entering the Norfolk Business Awards

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