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Growing Business Awards: Are you leading the digital revolution?

Britain hosts some of the most exciting digital innovators. They unlock new markets, take old practices to new levels, lead business revolutions and drive economic recovery.

Technology is the seventh kingdom of life on earth, Kevin Kelly wrote in his book ?What technology wants?. It’s an organism, an extension of life that moves so fast we find it hard to keep up.

The digital technology space moves faster than any other sector. It’s tough to find the best in the sea of talented business leaders who are growing their companies around Silicon Roundabout and beyond. Well, we’ve accepted the challenge.

For the first time in the 14 years the Growing Business Awards have been recognising the champions of tomorrow, we are looking for the Digital Champion. It’s a brand-new category; and an important one at that.

We’re looking for leaders of a digital revolution, true disruptors who changed the market, whose technology has brought a new solution to a real challenge.

Does that sound like you” Or like someone you know” If so, we want to help take that business to the next level.

Nominations are now open for the 2012 Growing Business Awards, in association with Lloyds Bank. We’re looking for entries from “future champion” businesses and individuals across ten categories. Created by Real Business and the CBI, the Growing Business Awards are the most established recognition of UK entrepreneurial achievement. 

The awards are also supported by Land Rover, the Financial Mail, Spring Law, Cass Business SchoolYour Business Your Future, Business Voice, Professional Engineering, and bdaily. As well as huge prestige and coverage, a group of successful candidates will also be invited to an exclusive “high-performance day” at McLaren Racing, as well as joining a delegation at the 2012 CBI Annual Conference. Nominations close on September 21.

Find out more about the Growing Business Awards online, or contact us via [email protected] or by phone on 0207 045 7600.


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