A Blackpool business has become the Enterprise Vision Awards’ official creative partner.
Happy Creative, based at the Metropolitan Business Park, has teamed up with the awards that shines the light on women in business and will now create all marketing collateral, social media graphics.
The move comes after the EVAs launched last week and is now open for entries.
The team at Happy Creative worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the awards were ready for take-off.
Karen Lambert, founder and managing director of Happy Creative, said: “The EVAs are fantastic awards and we’re delighted to be the new creative partner.
“We won’t be looking to overhaul the awards, Coral Horn, the founder has done a tremendous job, each year the awards have grown and we hope that continues.
“It’s great to be involved.
“After 13 years in business we’re excited to align ourselves with a dedicated women in business awards.”
Now open for entries, the Enterprise Vision Awards will return to Blackpool Winter Gardens on Friday, September 28.
Coral Horn, founder of the awards and owner of Blackpool-based networking group Pink Link Ladies, said: “It’s great to have Happy Creative on board, they’re a fellow Blackpool business and already I’m really impressed with their ideas.“
We look forward to the awards in September and already awards entries have started to be submitted!”
Already confirmed for the awards is the returning of Rebecca Jane, who will act as the MC for the night.
Rebecca, in her third year, is the founder of a successful all-female private investigation company, The Lady Detective Agency, which was set up in 2009 after she suspected her now ex-husband was having an affair.
Also making a return for the second successive year is Patrick McBride.
Patrick is the official Milk Tray Man and will accompany the winners to the EVAs stage.
For details visit www.enterprisevisionawards.co.uk.