In response to popular demand, deadline for all entries for the UK's most prestigious sustainable business awards has been extended by one week
The deadline for entries for the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2021 has been extended by one week to 5pm on Friday 18th June, in response to popular demand.
BusinessGreen received a significant number of requests for deadline extensions and so as to ensure the awards can celebrate as many impressive green projects and deliver a level playing field for all entrants we have extended the deadline for everyone.
Anyone who has already submitted their entry and wishes to update it can do so up until the new deadline this Friday.
Now in their 11th year, the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2021 are set to take place at a central London venue on the evening of September 22nd - coronavirus restrictions allowing - and will bring together hundreds of the UK's top green business leaders to celebrate one of the most challenging and eventful years in history.
The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards will provide a unique and invaluable opportunity to showcase the many pioneering businesses, projects, and individuals that are absolutely critical to the UK's future health and prosperity.
The awards will also form part of this year's Net Zero Festival, which will bring together thousands of top business leaders, policymakers, investors, and campaigners from around the world to explore how to accelerate the global net zero transition and seize the opportunities offered by deep decarbonisation.
The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards are free to enter, but in order to ensure we can stage the gala event all shortlisted finalists are required to book their attendance, either physically or virtually, at the awards ceremony. A range of table and marketing packages are available to suit every budget, including bespoke half table and single seat packages.
Interested parties now have until 5pm on Friday 18th June to submit their entries.
"The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards have become a fixture in the diary for the UK's green economy and this year's 11th annual awards ceremony promises to be extra special given the disruption of the past year and the imminent staging of the crucial COP15 and COP27 Biodiversity and Climate Summits," said BusinessGreen editor James Murray. "As such it is more important than ever to showcase and celebrate the brilliant work being done right across the green economy to drive a sustainable recovery from the pandemic and put the UK on track to deliver on its net zero targets."