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BMet gains double nominations at coveted regional business awards ceremony

BMet College’s successful business links and employer partnerships are at the forefront again, after being shortlisted twice in this year’s Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Awards.

The annual prestigious dinner and awards, taking place at the ICC in Birmingham on March 16, recognise and reward the achievements of a diverse range of businesses in the region.

This year, BMet has a double chance of winning after being selected in the “Excellence in Contribution to the Community” and “Excellence in Training and Education” awarding categories.

The city focused college is one of only 83 to be shortlisted.

Speaking of BMet being shortlisted in two categories, Suzie Branch-Haddow, Vice Principal – External Development, said: “Being a finalist positively reflects our relationships and work with employers and community organisations.

“It is an absolute honour for BMet to be chosen from a growing number of leading businesses, as an impactful organisation that facilitates important links with employers and our skilled students.

“We are a proud member of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce and share the ethos that it is important to recognise and reward the successes of businesses in our region.”

The awards celebrate excellence and the categories are:

  • Excellence in Customer Service
  • Excellence in Contribution to the community – BMet shortlisted
  • Excellence in Hospitality and Retail
  • Excellence in International Business
  • Excellence in Manufacturing
  • Excellence in People Development
  • Excellence in Responsible Business
  • Excellence in Sales and Marketing
  • Excellence in Sustainability
  • Excellence in Technology and Innovation
  • Excellence in Third Sector
  • Excellence in Training and Education – BMet shortlisted

The Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce chief commercial officer Katrina Cooke, who is chairing a high-profile judging panel said: “The judges were extremely impressed by the standard of entries for this year’s awards, which reflect the breadth, diversity and talent of businesses across the region.

“Congratulations to all those who are nominated, and we look forward to celebrating at the ICC on the night.”

The GBCC annual dinner and awards is backed by headline sponsors Birmingham City University and Schumacher Packaging and headline partner Birmingham City Council.

For more information about the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Awards, please visit: GBCC Awards 2023 | Book Online | GBCC (


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