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March 30, 2023
May 5, 2023
Director of Member Services
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
A business that has developed or utilized technology and practices to innovate and accelerate its growth
A business that exemplifies the Chamber’s mission of making Greater Boston the best place for people and businesses to thrive of through a strong and supportive workplace culture
A business that demonstrates a commitment to enhancing the future of the Greater Boston community through a focus on social impact
A business that values and prioritizes diversity and inclusion across the organization
An executive who demonstrates exemplary leadership that has made a tangible, positive difference within their organization
A small business owner or incubator working to strengthen and advocate for the small business community
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
INNOVATION AND GROWTH
COMMUNITY AND IMPACT
Yes! You can self-nominate. However, nominations are now closed for the 2022 Awards. Please check back next year for another chance to nominate!
No. Both Chamber members and non-members are eligible to win an award.
No. Nominations are open to all regardless of Chamber membership.
Yes! However, a small business can only win in one award category, not multiple.
No, past honorees are ineligible.
One for each of the six award categories: Innovation & Growth; Cultural Excellence; Community Impact; Diversity & Inclusion; CEO Leadership, and; Small Business Champion.
Winners will be announced and celebrated across Chamber communications and social media channels. Our e-mail subscriber lists totals over 14k subscribers and our social channels have an aggregate 61k followers!