Annual Awards Overview
45th Annual ASVB AwardsThursday, March 4, 2021
A Virtual Event
The ASVB Annual Awards Banquet brings together Silicon Valley’s top commercial real estate professionals to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of the broker/broker teams winning in various categories for their Silicon Valley Commercial Real Estate activity.
These are certainly some of the most trying times even for those of us who have gone through multiple economic cycles. This one differs for all the obvious reasons but especially because the entire human community is affected. The good news is that we can now see the tunnel….and the light.
Thursday, March 4, 2021
11:30 am Networking
11:50 am Awards Presentation
Admission is free!
The winners in each category are revealed at the banquet and profiled in a special publication of the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
Proceeds from the event are donated to selected charities who are recognized for their life-changing efforts in assisting those in need throughout the Silicon Valley. The ASVB Annual Awards Banquet provides fundraising opportunities through the sale of tickets, various sponsorship opportunities and a broker challenge. The ASVB covers its annual operating expenses through member dues and other services, thus 100% of all money raised from its philanthropic efforts goes directly to its selected charities.
As of March 2020, over $2.1 million has been raised and donated to ASVB supported charities.
Nomination Submission Forms
The ASVB invites you to partner with us in supporting outstanding local charitable organizations which provide support and resources to those in need within our community.
Sponsorship proceeds for the ASVB Annual Awards Event will be donated to the following three primary organizations as well as others:
Provides model transitional housing and services sanctuary for women and children who are victims of domestic violence; includes counseling, guidance, training, and other program support.
The only South Bay shelter committed to keeping families together, they provide shelter and supportive services to homeless families in Santa Clara County, to empower them to move from homelessness to self-sufficiency within the community.
Assists individuals with disabilities to gain and sustain employment, in partnerships with business and community; Veterans represent 75% of total clients served.