SWORDS-BASED Home Instead Senior Care needs your help to claim a top honour at the European Business Awards.This year, for the first time ever, organisers of the European Business Awards have introduced a video element to the awards and also a brand new online public voting system. The company video with the highest number of votes for Ireland will automatically get through to the next round of voting and become a National Champion. The public vote takes place until October 17 and Home Instead Senior is asking supporters to visit the European Business Awards website to view all the videos for Ireland and vote for their favourite. Tara Shortall, Owner, Home Instead Senior Care, Swords said: 'With just over 40 days for people to vote online for their favourite video, we are hoping that the public will get behind us and take some time to view our video and cast a vote. We believe our video submission gives us an opportunity to explain the background to our business and highlight why we are successful despite the current economic conditions. We hope that anyone interested in Home Instead Senior Care and business will enjoy watching our video and vote for us.' In addition to the public vote, a panel of expert judges will be viewing the videos and will award National Champion status to between five and 20 other organisations from Ireland. J For more information on the European Business Awards, please visit www.businessawardseurope.com.