The UK's top clean tech developers and investors have until Monday 7th October at 5pm to complete their entries for the fifth annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards
Clean tech developers and investors have just a few days left to submit their entries for the fifth annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards ahead of a final deadline of 5pm on Monday 7th October.
Now in their fifth year, the BusinessGreen Technology Awards provide a unique opportunity to celebrate and promote some of the most exciting green technology companies operating in the UK today.
This year's awards will be staged as part of the inaugural BusinessGreen Technology Festival, which will take place at the Plexal in East London on Thursday 5th December.
The day-long event will feature keynote speeches from chair of the National Infrastructure Commission Sir John Armitt and former nPower boss Paul Massara, as well as a host of panel debates, workshops, and networking opportunities designed to bring together leading blue chips, top green investors, and cutting edge clean tech firms.
The Festival will also feature the BusinessGreen Technology Challenge, which will see some of the finalists at the awards present elevator pitches to our audience of sustainability executives, investors, and green economy stakeholders.
The BusinessGreen Technology Awards are free to enter. However, in order to be able to stage the awards and festival the terms and conditions do require all finalists to commit to attending. Please confirm you have the time and budget to join us on 5th December before submitting your entry.
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