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Enterprise Awards nominees sought

Arthur Andersen & Co. is looking for nominees for its Enterprise Awards for Best Business Practices program in Rochester.
In its second year, the national program honors small and midsize companies in four categories: customer satisfaction, motivation and retention of employees, sharing of knowledge and the fostering of innovation.
Companies can nominate themselves or be nominated by a client, customer or vendor.

Enterprise Awards nominees sought

Arthur Andersen & Co. is looking for nominees for its Enterprise Awards for Best Business Practices program in Rochester.
In its second year, the national program honors small and midsize companies in four categories: customer satisfaction, motivation and retention of employees, sharing of knowledge and the fostering of innovation.
Companies can nominate themselves or be nominated by a client, customer or vendor. To participate, businesses can request nomination forms and return them to the local Arthur Andersen office at 1500 Marine Midland Plaza. Stanley Konopko, Thomas Farace or Kim Kulik will be running the awards program locally.
Completed questionnaires will be judged by an independent, national panel or respected business, civic and academic leaders. Finalists and award recipients will be recognized at the Best Practices Symposium in November in St. Charles, Ill.
Award recipients also will be featured in Fortune magazine and honored at a two-day knowledge-sharing event attended by company executives from around the world.
Locally, the award nominees probably will be honored at a luncheon event, Konopko said.
The Enterprise Awards program has earned support and participation from the American Society for Quality Control, administrators of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

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