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Bursary award scheme available for the third year running from BBC’s Good Food Show

8 August 2012 No Comment

Do you have a small business in the food production industry? How would you like to be in with the chance to showcase your business at one of this years BBC Good Food Shows?

If this is something that you are looking for then we are pleased to announce that the BBC Good Food Show’s team are opening up their bursary award scheme for the third year running.

The scheme aims to promote small producers and winners will be given a free of charge stand in the ‘Producers’ Village’ at the Show closest to them – Scotland, London or Birmingham, this autumn.

Laura Biggs, Managing Director, BBC Good Food Shows, said… “We are passionate about finding great producers to showcase to our audience and to giving small businesses a platform to progress. This is such a great way to discover the smaller brands and I personally cannot wait to begin the search again and see what a fantastic array of producers our country has to offer!”

Amy Cheadle, ‘The Northern Dough Co.’ says… “The BBC Good Food Show bursary is a fantastic award that we were hugely proud to win in Winter 2011. It’s a true showcase for small producers who are passionate about great British food who otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity to appear at such a prestigious consumer event. Winning the award has helped us grow our business in many ways, and we’ve used the accolade in many different forms, from business pitches to consumer communications – the BBC Good Food name resonates with so many different audiences and acts as a valued seal of approval. I’d encourage any small business with a great product range to enter – the show is a fantastic opportunity to get in front of your core target audience, and meeting other like-minded exhibitors gives a great network of advice and support.”

 The awards are now open for application. For more details please contact katy.truss@haymarket.com or call 020 8267 8315

To find out more information then visit the BBC Good Food Show’s site.

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