Friday, June 5, 2020

Who deserves your nomination for the annual Network LE Awards?

Network LE, the independent networking group for Leicester businesses and professionals is putting the final touches to its annual awards event on November 26th.

With a larger venue this year at Leicester’s King Power Stadium, the dinner sold out in under a month (over 350 guests) but you can still get involved by nominating your colleagues for the various awards to be announced on the night.

Network LE is run by a committee of professionals that work in Leicester, regularly attracting 100 delegates to its Business Breakfast events, which launched back in January 2011.

The award categories are:

Team of the year
Networker of the year
Emerging professional of the year
Community award
Clanger of the year

Committee member Greg Simpson of Press For Attention PR said: “This dinner is our biggest yet and is actually our 5th anniversary so it will be a fantastic occasion. It is a milestone for us and we want get the celebration season off to a flying start.

“Whilst we pride ourselves on being somewhat tongue in cheek with the ‘Clanger’ category, the other awards are awaited with great anticipation on the evening. It is just a great opportunity for people to recognise the achievements and hard work of their colleagues on what we’re sure will be a fantastic night.”

Network LE is independent of any firm or business and is open to all industry professionals wanting to foster business relationships with people that they hope to be working with in the future as careers progress.

To receive a nomination form, email greg@pressforattention.com in the first instance.

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