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Published on October 27th, 2014 | by Millennium Magazine Staff

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Nominations Open for 2015 South Carolina Small Business & Advocacy Awards

The SBA South Carolina District Office is now accepting nominations for the 2015 South Carolina Small Business & Advocacy Awards, which honor the state’s top small business entrepreneurs and supporters. The South Carolina Awards are part of the SBA’s National Small Business Week Awards program.

The deadline to submit nominations for all awards is 3 p.m. Monday, January 5, 2015.

Awards that are part of the SBA’s national awards program

Nominations for the following two awards can be submitted through SBA’s online awards portal at http://awards.sba.gov/. Alternatively, they can be submitted either in person or via mail to the SBA South Carolina District Office at 1835 Assembly Street, Suite 1425, Columbia, SC 29201.

  • Small Business Person of the Year
  • Exporter of the Year

(For additional SBA awards that are part of the National Small Business Week program — such as federal procurement and disaster recovery awards — see the 2015 National Small Business Week awards nominations guidelines.)

South Carolina-specific awards

Nominations for the following awards can be submitted via email to Anna Huntley atanna.huntley@sba.gov(link sends e-mail) or in person or via mail to the SBA South Carolina District Office at 1835 Assembly Street, Suite 1425, Columbia, SC 29201.

Click on each award for the nomination form, which also includes eligibilty and submission instructions.

Who may nominate

Any individual or organization may submit nominations for these awards. Individuals and organizations may also self-nominate. Individuals may not be nominated for more than one award category.

Questions and more information

For award questions and assistance, contact Anna Huntley at 803-253-3753 or  anna.huntley@sba.gov (link sends e-mail)(link sends e-mail)

Note: All nominees must also be residents of and employed in the United States or its territories and will be subject to background checks. Small businesses owned and operated by nominees must comply with federal civil rights laws.

 

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