GMCC Excellence Awards

Wednesday, October 25 2017 to Wednesday, October 25 2017

The Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards will be held Oct. 25 at the Delta Beauséjour Hotel. The event is the hottest ticket in the annual business calendar and last year was a sell-out days before the event.

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Meanwhile, nominations are now open for the 2017 Excellence Awards and a new award is up for competition. The Non-Profit Organization of the Year Award will be presented for the first time at the 2017 Awards.

The new award will be presented to a non-profit organization judged to offer outstanding community service, with an engaged volunteer base and good board governance.

“This new award has been created to honour the many non-profit organizations who contribute so much to the economic and social health of our community,” GMCC CEO Carol O’Reilly explained.

“The Chamber has more than 80 non-profits among its members, which shows just how important these organizations are to the success of our region.”

Brunswick News Inc. will sponsor the new award.

This year’s awards program will feature 10 categories. Besides Non-Profit Organization of the Year, the other categories are:

Excellence in Business
Excellence in Business (Small and Medium Enterprise)
Emerging Business
Innovation
Community Service
Environmental Excellence
Young Entrepreneur
Inclusive Hiring
Peoples’ Choice
We are also pleased to announce this year that the Inclusive Hiring Award, which was launched last year to recognize local businesses that hired and integrated newcomers into their workforce, will be co-sponsored this year by the City of Moncton, Ville de Dieppe, and Town of Riverview.

There is a slight change in the nomination process for this year’s awards. Previously, a call for nominations was made, after which the GMCC reached out to all nominees to submit a full application for the award for which they were nominated.

This year, anyone in the community can nominate any business, but a business itself can self-nominate and submit the full application. A jury of independent judges will review all nominations and select a short-list of three finalists for each award, from which the winner will be chosen.

The People’s Choice Award is presented each year to the business deemed most popular via an online vote at the Chamber’s website. Any company listed as a nominee is eligible for the People’s Choice Award. Last year, 140 businesses were nominated for the awards.

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