Your business could win an iPad 4!

James Stoner, Chay Took and Tina Tilley are among the judges of this year's awards
James Stoner, Chay Took and Tina Tilley are among the judges of this year's awards

EVERY business which enters the Adur and Worthing Business Awards before the end of tomorrow will be in the running to win an iPad 4.

The Herald has again teamed up with Worthing Borough Council, Adur District Council, Adur and Worthing Business Partnership and the Worthing Chamber of trade to stage the 2013 awards.

The awards, which celebrate the best in business across the area, will be held at Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre on Friday, October 18.

Every business which enters the awards before the end of tomorrow, Friday, July 27, will be entered into a free prize draw to win an iPad 4 on the night of the awards.

For the first time, Sompting firm JSPC, which provides ICT technical support to small businesses and more than 150 local schools. has become the headline sponsor of the awards.

Managing director James Stoner is one of the judges for the awards, and the others are Herald editor-in-chief Colin Channon, Tina Tilley from the Adur & Worthing Business Partnership, Spofforths chartered accountans partner Chay Took, Adur and Worthing councils’ strategic director Andrew Gardiner, and councillors Bryan Turner and Pat Beresford, cabinet members for regeneration for Worthing Borough Council and Adur District Council respectively.

For more information on the awards, and to enter, log on to www.jpsouthevents.co.uk/event/adur-worthing-business-awards