Abbotsford businesses honoured for excellence

16th annual Business Excellence Awards held by Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce



Eleven businesses and organizations were honoured last night at the 16th annual Business Excellence Awards, held by the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce at Tradex.

A crowd of approximately 500 attended the event.

Receiving awards in the following categories:

 

Home-Based Business Excellence – Clayburn Pet Hospital

Granted to a home-based business that has demonstrated excellence and quality in their product and/or service.

 

Retailer Excellence – Simply Perfect Flowers

Granted to a business that has demonstrated outstanding achievement in the retail sector.

 

Manufacturing & Production Excellence – New World Technologies

Granted to a business that has demonstrated outstanding achievement manufacturing or producing a product.

 

Agricultural & Agri-Business Excellence – Mt. Lehman Winery

Granted to a business that is considered a leader in their industry and has made a positive contribution to agriculture in Abbotsford.

 

Consumer Services Excellence – Booster Juice

Granted to a business in any sector that provides outstanding services to individual consumers.

 

Business Services Excellence – Relevention Marketing Inc.

Granted to a business in any sector that provides outstanding services to other businesses.

 

Eric Vanderham Young Entrepreneur of the Year – Dustin Russell – LAunch Menswear

Granted to a young individual, age 30 or under, who has demonstrated exceptional entrepreneurial skills in building his/her own business, or as part of an existing business.

 

Non-Profit of the Year  – Cyrus Centre

Granted to a non-profit organization, charity or society that has made a significant contribution to make our community a better place to live, work or do business.

 

New Business of the Year – Paper Nation

Granted to a “new business” established within the last three years, that has demonstrated outstanding characteristics in all areas such as performance, leadership, innovation, management, marketing and service.

 

Established Business of the Year (1-19 Employees) – Maximum Collision

Granted to a business established more than three years, that has demonstrated outstanding characteristics in all areas such as performance, leadership, innovation, management, marketing and service.

 

Established Business of the Year (20+ Employees) – Phantom Screens

Granted to a business established more than three years that has demonstrated outstanding characteristics in all areas such as performance, leadership, innovation, management, marketing and service.

 

The Abbotsford News will publish a special supplement on the event and winners on Dec. 8.

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