BusinessGreen Leaders Awards: 10 top tips for your entries

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BusinessGreen Leaders Awards: 10 top tips for your entries

New guide offers handy advice on how to maximise your chances of producing a winning entry for the UK's most prestigious green business awards

BusinessGreen has today published an exclusive new guide offering 10 top tips on how to produce a winning award entry for this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards.

The guide draws on insights from the awards' prestigious panel of judges and provides simple but effective advice on what makes an entry stand out at the UK's most competitive green business awards.

Separately, the awards' panel of judges have provided their own reflections on what they look for in a strong entry.

"The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards are now in their eight year and we are often asked what makes an entry a finalist and potentially a winner on the night," said BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray. "We obviously can't offer feedback on every entry, but this year we have tried to round up the common characteristics the best entries share and offer some useful advice on the pitfalls to avoid."

Anyone interested in entering this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards can access the free guide on the Awards website. It is published alongside a How to Enter guide, which provides advice on how to submit your entries for the awards ahead of the March 16th deadline.

This year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards takes place on the evening of Wednesday 27th June at the Brewery in Farringdon, London. It will bring together around 600 green executives, entrepreneurs, investors, and politicians to celebrate the most exciting and innovative businesses, projects, and individuals from across the UK's burgeoning green economy.

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