Local companies up for Business Excellence Awards

Winners will be announced Jan. 21

A total of 81 companies from across Vancouver Island, including five Comox Valley businesses, have been named finalists for the 16th annual Vancouver Island Business Excellence Awards.

“Phenomenal. Absolutely amazing companies of every size and description, with some amazing stories to tell from a very successful year,” said Mark MacDonald of the Business Examiner, which co-ordinates the event. “The Business Excellence Awards honour the best of the best in Vancouver Island business, and it is clear that 2015 has been a very good year in business for many companies.”

Cumberland Brewery, Hollie Wood Oysters, Two Eagles B&B, Level 10 Eurospa and Nelson Roofing are the local businesses up for awards.

The winners will be announced  Jan. 21 at the Coast Bastion Hotel in Nanaimo. For more information on the event, contact MacDonald at 1-866-758-2684 ext. 120.

 

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