INSPIRE17 Sponsorship Opportunities The Inspire Business Awards celebrate the success of local businesses in north Hampshire, from Andover in the west to Farnborough in the east and everywhere in between. The awards are open to those from across the region and will...
Please find a selection of images taken at the INSPIRE Business Awards 2016 ceremony at Hampshire Court Hotel.
To find out all the winners from INSPIRE Business Awards 2016, simply click here INSPIRE 2016 WINNERS
INSPIRE Business Awards 2016 winners announced at biggest regional business awards dinner. Click to find out who won.
Round one of judging complete and the INSPIRE business awards 2016 finalists are announced.
Sentinel Housing, past winners and current sponsors of the INSPIRE awards give their reason on why you should get involved with INSPIRE16!
We are delighted to announce that the Inspire Business Awards Charity Partner for 2016 is Challengers. Much needed funds will be raised for this great charity at the awards dinner in November. Challengers is a charity that provides play and leisure opportunities for...
The news of Michael Buerk was finally announced at an INSPIRE16 sponsors event which was held at the Hampshire Court Hotel in Chineham, Basingstoke.
Michael Buerk currently hosts BBC Radio 4’s The Moral Maze. He is patron of Inspire’s chosen charity this year, Challengers.
As a membership owned business support organisation, it was clear that the purpose of Inspire clearly aligned with our values and we are delighted to be able to use our sponsorship to highlight great businesses in North Hampshire, and share the business success stories that take place in the area.
We would like to thank all of our loyal and new sponsors that came along yesterday to find out more about the 2016 Inspire Business Awards programme, and plans for the glittering November awards ceremony. A series of speakers all talking about new developments with...
There are 12 categories up for grabs.
Among those calling on businesses to enter the prestigious awards is Miaya KC, who is assistant managing director of growing Aldershot-based cleaning firm YBC Services.
We have been doing things differently and challenging the establishment for the last four years and it is great to get this recognition of our approach to Entrepreneurialism and how we are working to change how it is taught and make it more available to all.Alan Donegan