Every vote cast for a company in the awards will count as an entry to the competition. With voters allowed to vote in each of the ten categories it means you have up to ten chances to win the prizes.
Everyone who has already voted for their favourite company in the awards has automatically been entered into the draw.
With less than a week to go until the deadline for the O2 Smarta 100 public vote, voting is extremely close. There are no clear-cut leaders in any category and some categories have less than a hundred votes separating first and tenth.
This only goes to show the strength of the 100 companies in the list and once again goes to prove the ascendancy of entrepreneurialism and small business in the UK.
Every vote cast is going to be crucial and every company needs the public to vote for them if they are to have a hope of winning the £10,000 grand prize.
Only the ten category winners will be put before the esteemed judging panel for a chance to be named “Business of the Year” at the glitzy awards bash at RIBA in Portland Place, London on November 13.
The invitation-only ceremony promises to be an amazing celebration of small business in the UK and the lucky competition winners will have the chance to rub shoulders with some of the best entrepreneurs in the country.
If you’ve not already voted for the awards, it’s very easy to do so. This link has all the winners profiles in their respective categories – click the vote button, enter your details and you’re in the draw.
Remember – you can vote once in each category and each vote counts as a separate entry into the draw.
Voting closes at midnight on Monday 3rd November.