Business owners who when it comes to deciding where to focus their efforts follow the song's advice and Go West will be hoping to scoop a gong in an awards competition.
After a highly successful debut last year the West London Business Awards are back for another salute to hard work and productivity.
Organised by the umbrella chamber of commerce for the left half of the capital and Chart Lane, who specialise in business awards, the event will have a gala ceremony on November 27.
To make it as big as possible they need entries and nominations are now officially open for clients and customers alike to recommend the best in the west.
Entrants can be from all over west London – members or non–members of West London Business - and even those that do business in west London, but may not be based there.
The gala dinner presentation at Heathrow Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel on Bath Road, Hayes, will be both a fabulous showcase of excellence, and a superb networking and promotional opportunity.
They are accepting nominations in the following categories:
Training and development
Apprentice of the Year
Exporter/International Business of the Year
Best Business meeting venue
Logistics Business of the Year
Food & Drink Business of the Year
Hospitality Business of the Year
Retail Business of the Year
Technology Business of the Year
SME of the Year
Property and Construction Business of the Year
Creative Industries Business of the Year
Green Business of the Year
West London Business of the Year
Overall Winner of West London Business Awards
Judges already confirmed to choose the winners include Andrew Fullerton, Head of Design Development & Planning at BBC Commercial Projects; Ash Verma, Chairman, Gateway Asia + HIB; Emma Hindes, General Manager, Westfield London; Nigel Milton, Director of Policy & Relations, Heathrow and Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Sponsors include Heathrow Airport, Uxbridge College, SEGRO, Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, Brunel University as well as Trinity Mirror Southern, publishers of getwestlondon.
Local radio station Radio Jackie are also on board.
Frank Wingate, CEO of West London Business said: “We are delighted to launch the West London Business Awards 2014, following the massive success of last years’ inaugural event, and we look forward again to showcasing West London’s innovative and dynamic businesses, which are major contributors to London’s world city success.”
To enter visit: http://westlondonbusinessawards.com