Peter Perry & Business Achievement Awards
Business Achievement Awards
Since 1955, Whitby has had the distinct pleasure of honouring outstanding accomplishments in the community. This tradition continues with publicly recognizing local businesses that have demonstrated a passion for excellence, a commitment to their community and a strong entrepreneurial spirit. The Whitby Chamber of Commerce (WCC) is pleased to present the Peter Perry & Business Achievement Awards.
Each year, there are seven awards up for grabs! Categories include: Business Achievement: 1-15 Employees, Business Achievement: 16-49, Business Achievement: 50+, Todd Skinner Young Entrepreneur of the Year, New Business of the Year, Business Person of the Year, and Not-for-Profit of the Year
For more information about the awards and criteria view the 2019 Business Achievement Awards Nomination Process. Know a deserving business or individual? Nominate today!
DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS IS 5 P.M. ON MONDAY, JUNE 24
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION PACKAGES IS 5 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
Peter Perry Award
Peter Perry was a founder of the Town of Whitby; an astute businessman and truly dedicated to his community. He served as an elected representative to the Parliament of Upper Canada, as Whitby’s Township representative to the Home District Council, and was instrumental in the formation of Ontario County with Whitby as the County Town. The 2018 Peter Perry winner is Doug Allingham.
It is this spirit, enthusiasm and dedication to the community that the WCC is proud to recognize today. Many people in our community give countless hours to make the Town of Whitby a better place. The Peter Perry Award is an extension of that commitment to giving back to our town and honours one outstanding individual who has made significant contributions to the community.
PETER PERRY NOMINATIONS WILL OPEN IN SPRING 2019
Check out the videos highlighting the 2018 gala, nominees and winners:
BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 1-15 EMPLOYEES
Winner: Predictive Success Corporation
BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 16-49 EMPLOYEES
Winner: Campkin's RV Centre
NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Winner: The Food and Art Cafe
NOT FOR PROFIT OF THE YEAR
Winner: Grandview Children's Centre
TODD SKINNER YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR
Winner: Fran Steyn, Frantastic Events
BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR
Winner: Michael Angemeer, Veridian