Saturday, June 6, 2020

Business Link Magazine proud to sponsor the East Midlands Director of the Year Awards

East Midlands Business Link Magazine is proud to be sponsoring the East Midlands’ IoD Director of the Year Awards once again.

The 2020 event, which celebrates the achievements of the region’s most hardworking and innovative business leaders will be celebrating its 10th year and will be held at Winstanley House Leicester on on Thursday 18th June.

The aim of this prestigious event is to raise awareness among not only IoD members but also the wider business community and public of the significant contribution business leaders can make to society and to economic prosperity in our region.

Entries for the 12 categories of awards can be made online via www.iodawards.com/eastmidlands. The closing date for entries is April 3rd. Nominations are accepted from IoD Members and non-members.

There will also be a Chair’s Award for Excellence in Director and Board practice which recognises a significant personal contribution to the region.

The East Midlands awards ceremony will take place at a lunch on Thursday 18th June at Winstanley House Leicester.

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

The award categories for 2020 IoD Director of the Year are:

  • Social Value and Sustainability Impact Director
  • Family Business Director
  • Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Director
  • Innovation Director
  • International Director
  • Non-Executive Director
  • Public Sector Director
  • Third Sector
  • Start Up Director
  • Young Director
  • Small-Medium Business Director (below £50million turnover)
  • Large Business Director (£50million+turnover)

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