2021 Business Excellence Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2021 Business Excellence Awards. Click HERE to nominate a company.

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The finalists in this category have demonstrated excellence in business operations in a number of areas such as production, marketing, sales, quality control, customer service, human resources, financial management, etc. They are clearly viewed by peers as leaders in business excellence and have demonstrated the best aspects of an entrepreneurial spirit. In addition, the finalists have a proven record of community involvement and are role models for the business community.

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The finalists have 100 employees or less. They have demonstrated excellence in business operations in a number of areas such as production, marketing, sales, quality control, customer service, etc. They are clearly viewed by peers as leaders in business excellence and have demonstrated the best aspects of an entrepreneurial spirit. In addition, the finalists have a proven record of community involvement and are role models for the business community.

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The finalists in the category have been operating within the Greater Moncton community for at least three years but less than five years. They are profitable and have demonstrated remarkable growth, innovation and leadership in their industry sector.

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The finalists have demonstrated the strongest environmental leadership through their policies and practices in order to improve ecological sustainability and reduce their impact on the environment.

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This finalist has demonstrated the most leadership in hiring visible minorities, first nations, individuals with visible and non-visible disabilities, and giving them the necessary training, wages and support to successfully transition to the local workforce. The criteria to select a finalist also included how they have helped employees and their families in other ways – outside the workplace – to integrate into the community.

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These finalists have created a new and unique business concept or have applied innovative improvements to existing processes, products or services. There is a degree of success associated with the utilization of the innovation, with productivity improvements and increased sales as a result.

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This award will be given to an immigrant entrepreneur who has been operating a business in the Greater Moncton or Sackville areas (new or well established). The nominee will be recognized for his/her business and innovative spirit as well as his/her involvement and integration within the Greater Moncton and Sackville communities. This category is open to members and non-members of CCGM.

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The finalists for non-profit organization have been operational for at least three years and have made an outstanding contribution to the social, cultural and economic well-being of the Greater Moncton area. They have demonstrated stability, maintaining a good relationship with its volunteers, best business practices, and strong board governance.

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The finalists in this category are Greater Moncton’s brightest young entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 to 40. They are recognized for their innovative spirit, business acumen and affinity towards the community and youth entrepreneurship.

The Workplace Culture award recognizes an organization or a company that excels in offering a better place to work to its employees via programs, raising awareness and a supportive environment. This award is more important than ever as our region meets the challenge of attracting and retaining talent. Choosing a place to work and a path to a career isn’t all about pay and vacation. Companies today have to offer a lot more to attract employees. And some companies in our region excel at creating a work environment where employees can thrive and live well.

Milestone Club

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People’s Choice Award

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Business People of the Year

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