The Blue Patch Business Awards are designed to encourage participation and support within the business community across Great Britain.
Winners will receive an award, coupled with the opportunity to attend Design Week in September where they will be able to display their work.
This programme is provided Blue Patch. Blue Patch is a social enterprise and ethical community that produces a catalogue of British-made products and services and supports conservation and renewable energy across the country.
The Blue Patch Business Awards are designed to encourage participation and support within the business community.
Although there are no specific exclusions cited within the programme guidelines, those wishing to apply are advised to liaise with the funding provider in the first instance to discuss eligibility.
Existing SMEs and fledgling start-up businesses across the British Isles may apply. The business must be manufacturing, making, producing or providing a service in Britain and have an interest in sustainability.
This programme operates on an annual basis.
Applications are accepted from 8 May 2017 until 12pm on Monday 24 July 2017.
Shortlisted entrants will be announced on 1 August 2017 and winners will be judged in August and announced at Design Week in September.
Applications may be submitted online at the programme website
Judges include, Abigail Forsythe CEO & co-founder of Keepcup, Sarah Trouten CEO of IOEE, Lloyd Atkin MD at Bio-D, Jo Taylor Trustee of Clear Conscience, Doug Simpson Principle Policy and Program Officer at the GLA.