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Nominations needed for export awards

The deadline for final nominations for B.C.’s top exporters is May 31.

The B.C. Export Awards recognize the innovative approaches and unique contributions of the province’s export-driven businesses and organizations.

The awards are done through the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters B.C. division and the ministry of jobs, tourism and innovation.

The top 25 finalists will be showcased in front of senior executives and leaders from B.C.’s export community.

“The B.C. Export Awards is an opportunity to recognize the companies and individuals responsible for the success of our export economy,” said Peter Jeffrey, the vice-president of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, B.C.

All B.C. companies that have been exporting a product or service for two or more years are eligible for nomination.

Deadline nomination is May 31 and the application deadline is June 30.

An awards reception and luncheon will be held on Oct. 28.

To nominate an outstanding exporter or to apply for an award, visit www.bcexportawards.com.

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