trajectorE Management Inc. are nominated for three honours at the St. John’s Board of Trade 2017 Business Excellence Awards.
The nominees for the Dec. 6 event, sponsored by RBC, were announced Wednesday at SAM Design.
trajectorE, a project management company specializing in industrial, commercial and business improvement, is up for awards in the customer service and reliability category, for its marketing and promotional achievement, and as a leader in growth and sales.
In the first two categories, the company will be going up against Spirit of Newfoundland Productions. Peter Halley, president and artistic director, and Shelley Neville of Spirit of Newfoundland will host the award ceremony.
Meanwhile, Sequence Bio earned two nominations: one for community compact under 20 employees and another for workplace excellence.
The remaining nominees are:
Community Impact (20+ employees)
Rocket Bakery & Fresh Food, Newfoundland Power Inc., McInnes Cooper
Community Impact (under 20 employees)
Freshii (St. John’s), JAC, Sequence Bio
Customer Service and Reliability
Spirit of Newfoundland Productions, Murray Premises Hotel, trajectorE Management Inc.
Marketing and Promotional Achievement
trajectorE Management Inc, The Salvation Army Newfoundland and Labrador, Spirit of Newfoundland Productions
Verafin, Sequence Bio, Anaconda Mining Inc.
FONEMED, Medavie Blue Cross, Pomerleau
Sparkes Design, Training Works, Borrowed & Blu
Leader in Growth and Sales
Ray Agency, trajectorE Management Inc., Leaside Manor
In addition to the regular awards, the winners of the community builder of the year and the overall business excellence award will also be announced.
The deadline to book a table or tickets is Monday, Dec. 4.