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Business, Editor's Choice | Wed 11 Oct | Author – Business & Finance TOP 50 B2B Brands

Business & Finance launches the inaugural Top 50 B2B Brands Index.

This November Business & Finance will be announcing the inaugural Top 50 B2B Brands Index, nominated by industry peers.

We are looking for companies who you feel demonstrate clear excellence in their field, offering outstanding levels of service and attention to their customers, leading to their brands being innately trusted and seen as an industry benchmark.

Closing date for entries is Tuesday 7th November. Simply email editor@businessandfinance.com with your commendations.

You may nominate as many companies as you wish, including your own, but our editor’s recommendation is that you send your clients on this link, ask them to nominate your brand, and tell us why they rate it so highly!

What type of companies are relevant?

Any company which operates in the B2B space, including but not limited to:

  • Professional Services
  • PR / Advertising Agency
  • Business Airline
  • Corporate Venue
  • Business Bank
  • Financial Services
  • Business IT Services
  • Corporate Law Firm
  • Business Utility
  • Recruitment Firm
  • Digital Business Service

What factors make a company worthy of a spot on the Top 50 Business Brands?

When nominating a company consider if your dealings with them make the wheels of your business turn more smoothly, if you would recommend them to your peers, and if you nod your head at the following list:

  • Excellent Service
  • Best Business Practice
  • Professionalism
  • Reputation
  • Value for money
  • Increases in efficiency
  • Performance and consistency
  • Innovation
  • Thinking outside the box

The Top 50 B2B Brands Index will be announced simultaneously with the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) 100 Index at a special event and panel discussion in Facebook’s Dublin office on 16th November. The event is free but places are limited and pre-approved guest list only. For enquiries about attending contact sarah.martin@businessandfinance.com