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The South African Premier Business Awards is an annual event hosted by the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) in partnership with Proudly South African and Brand South Africa. The awards recognise business excellence and honours enterprises that promote the spirit of success and innovation as well as job creation, good business ethics and quality. These awards bring together all single sectored awards, among others technology, manufacturing and women in business. 
 

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This award category recognises corporates which develop Small and Medium Enterprises, in particular Black and Black Women owned companies that demonstrate excellence in compliance with The Broad-Based Black Economic (B-BBEE) Act number 53 of 2003 as amended by Act 46 of 2013

    This award category recognises a transformed company owned by Black South Africans as defined by the B-BBEE Act, which operates within IPAP manufacturing sector of the economy. That has a high level of black-ownership (>50%) of the shareholders must be operationally involved.       This award category recognises all export industry sectors from services to manufacturing. It aims to encourage other South African companies to participate in international business development or markets. The nominees must show a solid track record in foreign markets for the previous three fiscal years  
 

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  4 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AWARD       5 WOMEN OWNED BUSINESSES AWARD       6 YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR AWARD  
This award category aims to encourage investment into South Africa by multinationals. It recognises the investment and commitment of global companies into the South African economy. In this category two sub-groups will be recognised: This award category recognises companies that have contributed to the growth of the South African economy through the setting up of manufacturing plants and the production of high quality products. These organisations are recognised for their efforts in reinventing manufacturing in a way that ensures South Africa’s competitiveness, feeds into the Nation’s innovation economy and invigorates the domestic manufacturing base. The objective is to position the Nation to lead the world in new disruptive advanced manufacturing technologies that are changing the face of manufacturing.

This award category is about celebrating enterprises that excel in active citizenship and nation building in South Africa.  

   

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7 INVESTOR OF THE YEAR AWARD   8 PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN ENTERPRISE AWARD   9 PLAY YOUR PART AWARD
 

This award category is aimed at active Proudly South African member companies only. This company should be well recognised for its high-quality local products or service and for being a proud member of the campaign, as well as adhere to the Four Pillars of the campaign.

      This award acknowledges small, medium and micro business enterprises as a key enabler of economic growth and employment in South Africa. The award targets small to medium entities with less than 300 employees and a turnover below R100m. The company should illustrate its sustainability as well as future potential to grow and create more local jobs.      

This award category is aimed at improving the imbalances of the past by recognising women who have made a significant impact in business and their communities.

 
   
 
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    10 SMME AWARD        
 

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     This award category recognises one hundred percent youth-owned legal enterprises trading in South Africa. The goal is enable the business with various forms of support to strengthen them further and ensure its sustainability. It targets Youth companies within the sectors listed in the Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP).       trophy  
     

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This award category recognises one hundred percent youth-owned legal enterprises trading in South Africa. The goal is enable the business with various forms of support to strengthen them further and ensure its sustainability. It targets Youth companies within the sectors listed in the Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP).
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