Businesses have just a few days left to book their place at the UK's most prestigious green business awards
There are just a few days left to book your place at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards and join us at the UK's largest and most prestigious green business awards.
The awards take place next week on the evening of Wednesday June 28th at The Brewery in central London. Short listed companies have just a few days left to book their place and be in with a chance of picking up an award on the night or celebrating a highly commended entry. There are just a handful of tables still available and companies are advised to book now to avoid disappointment.
In addition to the UK's premier green business awards ceremony, the evening will feature an opening address from former head of the UN climate change secretariat, Christiana Figueres, and entertainment from one of the UK's leading comedians.
The evening also provides an exceptional networking opportunity, bringing together over 500 executives and entrepreneurs from across the green economy, as well as leading parliamentarians from across the political spectrum.
We are expecting to be joined on the evening by Labour's Barry Gardiner and Alan Whitehead, Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley, the Lib Dems' Baroness Featherstone, and Conservative MPJames Heappey, as well as representatives from Whitehall and the London Mayor's Office.
"The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards are now in their seventh year and they are without doubt one of the largest and most glamorous evening in the UK green economy calendar," said BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray. "With our most competitive shortlist yet, we are looking forward to celebrating the many inspiring achievements of the green business community."
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