Final deadline for entries is 5pm on Wednesday 29th March
Green businesses, sustainability executives, environmental projects, and NGOs have until this evening to submit their entry for this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards.
Following last week's deadline extension, the final deadline for entering the awards is 5pm on Wednesday 29th of March.
Anyone who has already submitted an entry and wishes to update it can still edit their entry and resubmit it up until the new deadline.
Entries for the awards stand a chance of being shortlisted for the UK's largest and most prestigious green business awards, which will be held on the evening of June 28 at the Brewery in Central London.
BusinessGreen recently provided 10 tips on how to ensure your entry has the best chance of making the short list and being in the running to win one of the prestigious awards.
Previous winners of the awards include Lord Stern, Formula E, Bupa, Sir Ian Cheshire, and Good Energy.
The awards are free to enter and organisations can enter as many categories as they see fit, ranging from our sustainability executive of the year award to project-based awards recognising company's attempts to curb their environmental impacts. However, in order to deliver the event all shortlisted entries are required to purchase a minimum of two tickets to attend the ceremony and make use of supporting marketing material.
The shortlist for the awards will be announced during the week of April 3rd and successful applicants will have until June 5th to confirm their attendance at the awards ceremony itself.
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