Confirm your place now to be in with a chance of winning at next week's prestigious BusinessGreen Technology Awards
There is just a week left for finalists at this year's BusinessGreen Technology Awards to confirm their place and be in with a chance of winning one of the UK's most prestigious green technology awards.
The fourth annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards will take place at the May Fair Hotel in London on the afternoon of December 7th, bringing together many of the leading lights from the UK's green technology community.
Attending finalists at the awards will enjoy a three course gala dinner, an online profile of their company, the rights to use the BusinessGreen Technology Awards Finalist logo, a six month trial subscription to BusinessGreen, an exceptional networking opportunity, and the chance to win one of our coveted awards.
Under the terms and conditions the awards are free to enter, but in order to ensure BusinessGreen can invest in the event and provide a platform for promoting the green technology sector all shortlisted entrants are required to be able to collect their award in the event that they win.
The last few remaining seats and tables are now available and finalists are urged to book now to avoid disappointment.
Please note that the BusinessGreen six month subscription offer applies to a single individual, is not available to current subscribers, and is subject to availability. Should you decide to take up this offer, the standard terms and conditions will apply (excluding the payment terms, as the users will be provided with complimentary access to the service).
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