Business excellence finalists named

The winners will be honored at a SBOT event on Nov. 14 at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford

The Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT) has announced its shortlist for business people of the year.

The 15th Annual Surrey Business Excellence Awards will be taking place next month at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

The shortlist of candidates include:

 

Business Person of the Year

Jas Cheema (Fraser Health)

Bill Rempel (Blackwood Partners/Central City Shopping Centre)

Charan Sethi (Tien Sher Group of Companies)

 

1 – 10 Employees

Aegis Industrial Finishing Ltd

Darpan Magazine

Vij’s Inspired Indian Cuisine

 

11-40 Employees

AstroGraphic Industries Ltd.

Innovative Fitness South Surrey

Thirst First Refreshments Inc.

 

41+ Employees

Falcon Equipment Ltd.

MICHAUDS Salon Spa and Wellness Centre

Solaris Management Consultants Inc.

 

Not-for-Profit/Association

Pacific Community Resources Society

Semiahmoo House Society

Surrey Christmas Bureau

 

New Business of the Year

Chylan Emergency Gear Inc.

The Family Hope Clinic Inc.

Life Skills Therapy

 

Student Entrepreneur of the Year

Ajit Khunkhun, Tow Mater Towing Ltd.

Japreet S. Lehal, GoResearch.ca

Aaron Li, Shirts Reborn

 

The winners will be named at the awards ceremony which will be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford, at 15269 104 Ave., with a cocktail reception beginning at 6 p.m.

Tickets are $110 (plus GST) or a table of 10 for $1050 (plus GST).

To purchase tickets, please contact the Surrey Board of Trade at 604-581-7130.

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