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HullBID Awards to celebrate businesses in Hull

HullBID Awards to celebrate businesses in Hull

The HullBID Awards will be returning for the third time in 2016 to celebrate businesses in Hull city centre.

The Hull Daily Mail will once again be partnering up with Hull Business Improvement District (HullBID) for the awards, which are now open for nominations.


HullBID City Centre Manager Kathryn Shillito stated that HullBID has made this year’s nomination process “as easy as possible", as the awards help businesses to gain recognition. 

Categories include the Entrepreneur of the Year Award for individuals who demonstrate innovation and diversity, and the Innovative Marketing Campaign Award for businesses that have raised their profile through a successful marketing campaign.

There will also be a Commitment to Training and Development Award, which is a new category for this year. It will be awarded to businesses who can demonstrate how training has added value to their company.


Hull Daily Mail Deputy Editor Jamie Macaskill stated that the Mail is “delighted” to be hosting the HullBID Awards once again.

“These awards recognise those businesses and people in the city centre who already make it a great place to go and who will be at its heart after regeneration is complete,” he said. 

Winners will be announced on 17th June at the Mercure Royal Hotel Hull in Ferensway.

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