Entries due March 2 for annual Eastside Business Awards

Nominate a business for innovation, creativity, talent and leadership.

  • Friday, February 23, 2018 3:59pm
  • Business

Innovation, creativity, talent and leadership are the drivers that set great companies apart. You know the companies that are doing great things on the Eastside — nominate them today for an Eastside Business Award.

Deserve recognition for your own company? Take advantage of this opportunity to add your company to the prestigious list of Eastside Business Award winners.

Submit your entry online or nominate a business at www.bellevuechamber.org/EBA2018 on or before March 2. Any business located on the Eastside is eligible to compete for an award. All qualified nominees will be recognized at a special awards ceremony and reception on March 29 at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. An exclusive after party will be hosted by WeWork Bellevue.

For 29 years, the Eastside Business Awards have recognized outstanding Eastside businesses that uphold strong commitment to quality, community, and innovation. Award categories include Eastside Business of the Year, Eastside Small Business of the Year, Most Innovative Product or Service of the Year and Entrepreneurial Spirit – Startup of the Year.

“Businesses that are achieving great success in the marketplace, developing innovative products, and transforming the way we do business should take advantage of this opportunity to tell their stories,” said Betty Capestany, Bellevue Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. “In addition, we invite the community to nominate their favorite businesses.”

The chamber is pleased to have WeWork as the presenting sponsor, KeyBank and Perkins Coie as corporate sponsors, city of Bellevue as an associate sponsor and Ember One as a supporting sponsor. The Bellevue Reporter is the chamber’s media sponsor and Mike Nakamura Photography is an in-kind sponsor.

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