Less than a week left to answer the Scottish Business News Network’s call for 40Under40
Business leaders and entrepreneurs in Scotland have just days to enter Scottish Business News Network’s (SBNN) 40Under40 awards before the August 31 deadline.
Basically, if you’re in business and under 40 (and haven’t already entered), SBNN, a growing online title which shares business news across Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness, wants to hear from you.
SBNN publisher Mike Watson explained: “There are many business awards programmes out there, however they tend to focus on larger companies and high profile individuals.
“This is an opportunity for younger business professionals to gain recognition for their individual success, promote themselves and enhance their future career and business prospects.”
The awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the young talent that exists in the Scottish business community by curating and publishing details of the 40 leading figures aged under 40 who are currently working in Scotland.
To enter, complete the online form detailing your accomplishments, achievements and business goals, or you can nominate someone you feel deserves to be recognised.
The closing date for entries is August 31 2016 after which the judging panel will select the 40 individuals who they feel merit inclusion on the published list.
The 40 successful entrants will be showcased on the SBNN website and social media channels, sharing information about the individual, their journey, their achievements and their business goals.
*Entrants must be under the age of 40 as at 31st August 2016 and may be asked to provide ID on request to verify that they were born on or after 1st September 1976.