A teething necklace from Glitter & Spice.

Teething makes for good small business

South Surrey's Glitter & Spice has been awarded Best Online Marketer.

South Surrey’s Glitter & Spice has been given the Best Online Marketer Award at the Small Business BC Awards.

Recipients awards were recognized on Feb. 25 with the Premier’s Prize in the amount of $1,500 cash.

Glitter & Spice sells stylish silicone teething accessories and teethers for babies.

The winners were also offered a one-year all-access pass to Small Business BC education resources and experts, and one-on-one business mentorship opportunities with notable advisors from award sponsors.

“We’d like to congratulate the winners of this year’s Small Business BC Awards and wish them the best of luck as they move on to grow their very successful operations,” said George Hunter, CEO at Small Business BC.

“The participation of greater numbers of nominees from even more communities across the province this year has made for an entertaining and very high-spirited competition.”

More details on the winning companies and participants in the 13th Annual Small Business BC Awards can be found at www.sbbcawards.ca

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