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Competition: Enter to win a £20K prize package with QuickBooks

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Competition: Enter to win a £20K prize package with QuickBooks

Our principal sponsor - Intuit QuickBooks - is on the hunt for stories of business successes across the West Midlands with the launch of its Small Business Big Success competition.

From butchers and builders, taxi firms to turf accountants, it wants to celebrate the everyday triumphs in starting, running and growing a business and support those looking to get to the next level.

You don't have to be the most profitable or fastest growing business - the competition is about everything from delighting customers and exceeding targets to expanding the team or closing a significant deal.

All you need to do is describe your most compelling business success story for the chance to win a prize package of over £20,000 to help take your business to the next level.

As well as £10,000, the winner will get a full page article in the Birmingham Post profiling their business, exclusive access to the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, a 12 month QuickBooks Online subscription and expert clinic sessions with accountant, marketing and social media specialists.

But best of all, they'll receive free LED and matchday programme advertising at Villa Park and hospitality tickets to the Southampton game on Saturday April 23.

And all early entrants will receive tickets to a dinner at Villa Park.

For the chance to win this fantastic prize package, CLICK HERE and complete the short form, describing your biggest success story and how you want to develop your business in 2016.

All entries need to be submitted by Monday February 29, 2016.

Rudy Gestede, Micah Richards and Jack Grealish launched the competition at last year's winner, Boo Boo Coffee.

A panel of judges will review the submissions and announce the winner at a dinner at Villa Park on Tuesday March 22.

By @AVFCOfficial 28th February 2016
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