Deadline for UK's most prestigious clean tech awards is tomorrow afternoon
There is just one day to go for clean tech companies, investors, and entrepreneurs to submit their entries for the BusinessGreen Technology Awards 2017.
The deadline for entries is 5pm on Friday October 6th with the shortlist set to then be announced in mid-October.
The awards ceremony and lunch will take place from midday on Friday December 1st at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in Central London. It will bring together leading clean tech firms, start-ups, investors, and entrepreneurs to celebrate the exciting progress made by the sector in the past year and highlight some of the most inspiring technologies being developed and deployed in the UK today.
In addition to an awards ceremony presented by our celebrity host, shortlisted companies and organisations will be able to enjoy a three course meal, drinks reception, and exceptional networking opportunities.
"The BusinessGreen Technology Awards are now in their third year and every year we have been blown away by the ingenuity and innovation on display amongst the UK's clean tech community," said BusinessGreen Editor-in-Chief James Murray. "We want to provide the many great companies in this sector with a platform that helps them raise the profile of this most important of industries. I'd urge all clean tech entrepreneurs and investors to join us in celebrating the best the industry has to offer."
Hosted in association with category sponsor Withers and Rogers and Clean+Cool, the awards are free to enter and are open to any company, research body, investor, entrepreneur or innovator with a presence in the UK.
The BusinessGreen Technology Awards are free to enter, however, before submitting an entry organisations should check they are able to attend the awards lunch and ceremony on December 1st and read the full terms and conditions for the Awards.
Clean tech firms entering the awards are also invited to join BusinessGreen at our 10th anniversary summit on November 9th, which will bring together thought leaders from across the green economy to discuss the challenges and opportunities the sector faces over the next decade.
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