Vikram Vij (Centre) was named Business Person of the Year at the Surrey Board of Trade Business Excellence Awards on Nov. 6.

Surrey Board of Trade announces business award winners

Six of Surrey's best businesses recognized by the board of trade this week

Six of Surrey’s best businesses were recognized Thursday night at the Surrey Board of Trade’s (SBOT) Business Excellence Awards.

Winners include:

• 1-10 employees Winner:  Pacific Land Group
Sponsored by Copytek Print Centres
• 11 – 40 employees Winner:  Eagle Cinematronics Inc. (Cinematronix)
Sponsored by BM Group of Companies
• 41+ employees Winner:  FinancialCAD Corporation (FINCAD)
Sponsored by Fruiticana
• New Business of the Year Winner:  Surrey Kids Physio Group 
Sponsored by Century Group
• Not-for-Profit Winner:  Surrey Christmas Bureau
Sponsored by Abbotsford International Airport
• Business Person of the Year Winner:  Vikram Vij

Sponsored by Hamilton Duncan Armstrong & Stewart

The judging team’s evaluation assessed the following criteria: organizational profile, leadership, strategy development and planning, customer focus and market knowledge, employee learning and people focus, process management, supplier/partner focus, community involvement, overall business performance.

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