Due to high demand, more tables and tickets have been released for the Black Country Chamber Awards, due to take place at Wolverhampton Racecourse.
This year’s event is proving particularly popular and the handful of tables which have just been released, are likely to sell out quickly.
The eagerly anticipated Awards will take place on Friday 15 November. The event is headline sponsored by Wolverhampton Grand Theatre and will celebrate Black Country Business and showcase the Black Country’s strong business community.
The event will be hosted by comedian and celebrity impressionist Aaron James, who is starring in Wolverhampton Grand Theatre’s Christmas pantomime, Dick Whittington. After the success of last year’s Awards, and the increase of local business talent, the awards promise to be the business event of the year.
Ticket prices vary depending on the location of the table, but range from £105+VAT – £80+VAT per. The table locations are shown on the website where tickets are also available to purchase. They are on a first come first served basis.
Corin Crane, chief executive of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce said, “It is wonderful to see so many people supporting the Awards and wanting to be part of this event. Not only will those attending have the opportunity to see all the fantastic businesses the Black Country has, but it also gives people the chance to meet like-minded individuals and gain inspiration.
“I am very excited to see the outcome, we have many high-calibre businesses competing against each other, I don’t envy the judges having to choose between them! We are happy to be celebrating the Black Country and the people working here.”
The awards will feature a night of entertainment, three-course meal and an opportunity to network with other business professionals. In addition to the 13 award categories, an overall ‘Business of the Year’, sponsored by DY5, Dudley’s Business & Innovation Enterprise Zone, will also be selected and announced on the night.