Companies, entrepreneurs and sustainability executive have until Friday evening to submit their entries for the UK's most prestigious green business awards
Businesses, entrepreneurs, sustainability executives, and campaigners have just three days left to ensure they are in the running for this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards.
Following last week's extension, the deadline for registering and submitting your entry for the UK's largest and most prestigious green business awards is 5pm on Friday 20th March.
We are looking to celebrate the very best in the UK's green economy at this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards on the evening of Wednesday July 1st, but to be in with a chance of joining over 600 political and business leaders from across the UK's green industries you need to submit your entry for one of our categories by close of play on Friday.
Could you be the sustainability executive or entrepreneur of the year? Have you worked on one of the best renewable energy, energy efficiency, or employee behaviour change projects of the past 12 months? Do your firm's green credentials put it in the running to be named BusinessGreen small business or company of the year? There is only one way to find out.
Sponsored by AECOM and category sponsor The Crown Estate, the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards are the must attend event for the green business community and we will once again be joined by leaders from across the political spectrum, as well as many of the UK's top green business executives.
As well as being a celebration of the most inspiring green business projects, the awards also represent an unparalleled networking and sponsorship opportunity. For information on available sponsorship packages contact Matthew Oliver at [email protected]
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