Friday, June 5, 2020

Who will be voted the most inspiring leaders in the East Midlands at this years IoD Director of the Year Awards ?

Who will be voted the most inspiring leaders in the East Midlands at this years IoD Director of the Year Awards ?

Be the first to find out at this prestigious event, on Thursday 20th June from 12:00pm-15:30pm at Winstanley House in Leicester .

The awards look to recognise inspiring and pioneering business leaders from all corners of the region (both members and non members of the IoD) and East Midlands Business Link Magazine is proud to be playing its part in sponsoring the event.

The event has grown over the years to represent the pinnacle of leadership and business excellence, highlighting the significant contribution business leaders can make to society and economic prosperity in the region.

The categories are:

  • Director of the Year – Non-Executive
  • Director of the Year – Innovation
  • Director of the Year – Young
  • Director of the Year – Public
  • Director of the Year – Third Sector
  • Director of the Year – Family Business
  • Director of the Year – Inclusivity
  • Director of the Year – International
  • Director of the Year – Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Director of the Year – Start-Up
  • Director of the Year – Small-Medium Business (up to £50 million turnover)
  • Director of the Year – Large Business (more than £50 million turnover)
  • Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Director and Board Practice

New categories have been added for 2019 to recognise the Young Director of the Year and the leading director of a business with a £50 million-plus turnover.

Category winners will be selected for the IoD’s national finals later in the year.

Enquiries about the awards can be made here or via the IoD East Midlands Office on 0115 848 6190 or sue.charlesworth@iod.com.

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