Time running out for finalists to confirm their attendance at the UK's largest and most prestigious green business awards
Finalists for this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards are being invited to reserve their place at this year's glittering awards ceremony as soon as possible, as tickets are selling fast.
Shortlisted organisations and individuals have until the end of this week to confirm their attendance at the awards ceremony on June 27th, ahead of the upcoming judging day.
A range of table and bespoke packages for the evening are now available. While shortlisted organisations do not have to book their place at this stage, under the awards' terms and conditions finalists must confirm they are planning to attend by May 17th. Those who are no longer able to attend will be removed from the shortlist.
This year's BusinessGreen Leaders' Awards is set to be the biggest yet and will feature keynote addresses from Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry, BusinessGreen Editor-in-Chief James Murray, and other special guests.
The evening is also set to mark the launch of BusinessGreen's new Net Zero Now campaign, which will help support businesses and policymakers as they step up efforts to deliver a net zero emission economy.
"Following our successful rebrand, the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards and Net Zero Now campaign is the next big step forward in our mission to inform, connect, and inspire businesses and organisations as they work to build a cleaner, healthier, and more prosperous economy," said Murray. "We hope the many cutting-edge organisations that made the shortlist are able to join us in celebrating the very best of the UIK's green economy."
The awards follows BusinessGreen's inaugural parliamentary reception last week, which saw business and political leaders from across the green economy come together for the launch of BusinessGreen's new brand identity, mission statement, events programme, and subscriber package.
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