Nominations recognizing small businesses
must be submitted by April 12, 2016
"Greensboro, N.C., March 23, 2016 — ArtsGreensboro, in partnership with the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, Guilford Merchants Association, and the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center at UNCG, is accepting nominations for the 2016 Arts in Business Award. This annual award recognizes a Greensboro small business for its leadership and commitment to the arts and its impact on the arts over the past year, as measured by activities, projects, and/or events in support of any aspect of the arts.
To be eligible, a nominee must be a Greensboro business with 100 or fewer employees. Foundations, individual philanthropists, government agencies, and arts organizations are not eligible.
Last year’s award recognized Tate Street Coffee for serving as a collaborative meeting space for artists; welcoming artists, musicians, poets, and writers to exhibit and perform their works; and hosting a variety of arts-related events every year.
This year’s recipient will be honored at the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards Luncheon at the Greensboro Coliseum on Thursday, May 5, 2016.
Nominations for the 2015 Arts in Business Award are due to ArtsGreensboro no later than 5 pm on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Individuals and organizations are encouraged to nominated their own businesses or another that fulfills the criteria. Nomination forms are available at artsgreensboro.org.
With an annual budget of approximately $4 million, ArtsGreensboro is a catalyst for innovation to build recognition and support for the arts. Through its ArtsFund-supported grant programs, the 17DAYS Arts & Culture Festival, the Levitt AMP Greensboro Music Series, I HEART ARTS Month, and other opportunities including the National Folk Festival, ArtsGreensboro is driving the health and vitality of our community by supporting arts education, celebrating the diversity of Greensboro, and driving economic impact through excellence in arts programming. artsgreensboro.org"
- A Press Release