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Finalists for third Barking and Dagenham business awards announced

PUBLISHED: 09:44 04 July 2017

The Chamber of Commerce's Business Awards will be held at the Roundhouse in Dagenham

The Chamber of Commerce's Business Awards will be held at the Roundhouse in Dagenham

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Finalists for the borough’s third business awards have been announced.

The Barking and Dagenham Chamber of Commerce Business Awards finalists were revealed on Friday, June 30, with Chenai Holistic Home Care in Rainham Road South, Dagenham, being shortlisted for four categories including Business Growth.

The firm’s Melesia Facey was also shortlisted for Business Person of the Year, a category in which she faces competition from Karen West-Whylie of Barking Enterprise Centres CIC in Cambridge Road, Barking, and Himanshu Jain of Thought Agile Ltd in the same road.

The black tie awards and dinner will be held at The Roundhouse in Lodge Avenue, Dagenham, on Thursday, July 13, and Dagenham MP Jon Cruddas will be keynote speaker.

To attend call Mary Clements on 020 8591 6966 or email info@bdchamber.co.uk

To attend costs £30 plus VAT and includes a three-course meal as well as a drink on arrival, entertainment and a ceremony afterwards.

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