In response to popular demand the deadline for this year's awards has been extended by one week
The deadline for entries to the BusinessGreen Technology Awards has been extended by one week to 5pm on Friday 19th October.
In response to popular demand businesses, investors, and enterpreneurs will be given more time to submit their entries to the BusinessGreen Technology Awards 2018.
In order to ensure a level playing field, anyone who has submitted an entry will also have until the new deadline to update their submission if they wish to do so.
Now in their fourth year, this year's awards will take place on the afternoon of Friday December 7th at the May Fair Hotel in central London.
The gala lunch and awards ceremony will bring together many of the UK's leading green technology innovators, executives, investors, and entrepreneurs to celebrate some of the most exciting developments from across the green economy over the past 18 months.
The event will also see a keynote address from Labour's shadow Treasury Minister for Sustainable Economics, Clive Lewis, MP.
All shortlisted entrants that confirm their attendance will not only get to enjoy the awards ceremony and lunch, they will also receive a logo for marketing purposes and a dedicated profile on the all-new BusinessGreen Technology Awards Hub designed to raise their profile, showcase their technology, improve SEO, and help finalists connect with key stakeholders.
The BusinessGreen Technology Awards are free to enter. However, BusinessGreen can only invest in hosting such a high profile event if organisations that are short listed do then attend the awards. As such we can only judge and profile finalists that confirm their attendance at the awards ceremony and would urge entrants to check they have the time and budget to attend the event before submitting an entry.
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