Shortlisted companies have until 5pm this Wednesday to confirm their place at the fifth annual BusinessGreen Leaders Awards
Shortlisted entrants for the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2015 have until 5pm on Wednesday June 3rd to confirm their attendance at this year's prestigious awards ceremony.
The judging day for this year's awards takes place this Thursday and all shortlisted companies, organisations, entrepreneurs and executives have until Wednesday evening to order their tickets for the awards ceremony, in line with the events' rules.
The entries will be judged against the stated criteria by our distinguished panel of judges, which includes MPs Alan Whitehead and Laura Sandys, and leading experts from across the green economy, such as Aldersgate Group's Nick Molho, WRAP's Dr Liz Goodwin, Dr Nina Skorupska of the Renewable Energy Association, and Hubbub's Trewin Restorick.
As with previous years, our judging panel will be split into two groups to ensure each entry is given thorough consideration and enable any conflicts of interest with certain categories to be avoided.
This year's awards are proving more competitive than ever, with around 300 applications received across the various categories.
Sponsored by AECOM and category sponsor The Crown Estate, the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards are the must-attend event for the green business community. We will once again be joined by around 600 leaders from across the political spectrum, as well as many of the UK's top green business executives.
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