Business Of The Year Bossier Youth Leadership BYL Application Business Awards Patriot Awards Business Of The Year Business Person of the Year Innovation and Education Luncheon: Inspiring Women In STEM Salute to Healthcare Awards Business Development Start a Business Business Resources Sales Tools & Leads Affinity Programs EPIC Workforce Development Business Internships Get Involved Join The Chamber Membership Benefits Military Relations Preferred Military Merchant Program Veterans Job & Resource Fair Job Seeker Information NWLA Military Support Foundation Submit a Military Discount MILITARY UNIT OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS Public Policy Special Events Presents The prestigious Business of the Year which is awarded at the Chamber’s Annual Gala held each January. The awards are given to businesses and leaders who have excelled in the areas of leadership, growth and involvement and are dedicated not only to their company, but to making an impact here in their own backyard. Please nominate businesses you think are deserving of being named the 2016 Business of the Year! Nominations closed on January 11, 2017. 2016 winners: Small Business of the Year Lauve’s Pediatric Day Health Care and Rosewood Home Market both took home the mantle of 2016 Small Business of the Year as the mission of the Bossier Chamber is to promote business growth as well as quality of life to support that growth. These two, deserving businesses, both exemplify those critical factors for community development. Lauve’s Pediatric Day Health Care fills a gap in our community and fulfills needed care to help improve the quality of life in Bossier. Rosewood Home Market, while just about to celebrate one year of business, is employing local artisans and entrepreneurs and helping other small businesses gain customers and recognition, all with a infectious positive attitude. Business of the Year Praeses was named the 2016 Business of the Year for serving its community for almost 30 years and, more importantly, providing meaningful work for the top talent in our community. Praeses’ leaders and employees are engaged in the community and committed to the economic growth of this region.