BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2022: Book now to avoid disappointment

James Murray
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BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2022: Book now to avoid disappointment

With less than a month to go until the UK's biggest and most prestigious green business awards, tickets are going fast

With less than a month to go to this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards, shortlisted companies have just a few weeks to confirm their place at the latest edition of the UK's largest and most prestigious green business awards.

Around 500 green business leaders, politicians, investors, and campaigners are set to attend the awards on the evening of June 22nd at The Brewery in Farringdon, London. With table packages and tickets selling fast, shortlisted companies that are yet to confirm their place are advised to book soon to avoid disappointment.

"The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards is a must-attend event in the green business calendar and after several year's of Covid-related disruption this year's event promises to be better than ever," said BusinessGreen editor James Murray. "We've got a fantastic line up of short listed companies, projects, and individuals who are at the forefront of the net zero transition, and we'd love to celebrate as many of them as possible in-person on the evening. So, if you haven't confirmed your attendance as yet, now's the time."

The evening will feature a networking drinks reception, gala dinner, keynote speeches, awards ceremony, and after party, providing a unique opportiunity for leading green businesses to celebrate and showcase their many achievements.

The awards will also mark the start of the countdown to this autumn's Net Zero Festival, which will take place on September 28th and 29th. Tickets for the Net Zero Festival are now available.

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