International success beckons for Norse Group in European Business Awards

Please vote for Norse GroupMike Britch Norse Group EBA awards

Having already been named a ‘UK National Champion’ in this year’s prestigious European Business Awards,  Norse Group is now aiming for the title of National ‘Public’ Champion and the subsequent international stage of the Awards.

As public voting opens for the first time, the company, nominated a ‘UK national Champion’ from the independently judged stage of the competition, has posted a video giving a powerful insight into the story of its business and its success online here.

Competing against other UK National Champions for the public vote, the company with the most votes will be named National ‘Public’ Champion for the UK on 7th March 2016.

The first phase of the online voting is open until 26 February 2016.

Mike Britch, Norse Group Managing Director says:

With just over seven weeks for people to vote online for their favourite company, we are hoping that as many people as possible will watch our video and vote for us. The public vote means a great deal as it is our existing and potential clients, staff and stakeholders showing their approval of our success.

We are asking everyone wanting to support us to take time to watch our video, and cast their vote for us.

Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards said:

Last year the public vote generated over 170,000 votes from across the world.  It is a very important part of the Awards as it gives these entrepreneurial companies another way of showcasing their achievements.

The European Business Awards was created to recognise and promote business success and support the development of a stronger business community throughout Europe.

To vote for Norse Group – click here. More information on how to cast your vote can also be found here.


Pictured: Mike Britch (middle) collecting a certificate from representatives of sponsors RSM at the European Business Awards UK National Champion event held in London this week

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