BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2011

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Winners of inaugural BusinessGreen Leaders Awards to be announced at London ceremony

After three years celebrating the best of the green business community online, BusinessGreen is stepping up its efforts to promote the UK's top green businesses, executives and thought leaders with the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2011.

The event will take place at the Merchant Taylors' Hall in central London on the evening of Thursday 7 July where the winners of the 11 inaugural BusinessGreen Leaders Awards will be announced.

Hosted in association with headline sponsor Kyocera, the awards evening will deliver great food, sparkling entertainment and priceless networking opportunities, all in one of London's most historic venues.

A limited number of tables are available and tickets can be purchased here.

 

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