Deadline day to enter the Business Finance Awards 2013

by Kevin Reed

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16 Nov 2012

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Business Finance Awards 2013

THE DEADLINE for entering the Business Finance Awards 2013 is here - so finish off those entries!

Businesses, finance directors and their teams have until 23 November to enter the Business Finance Awards.

The awards, which are free to enter, are much more than just another networking opportunity. The ceremony will be a celebration of the role that finance plays in UK business and acknowledge those who have excelled in these four areas:

Individual heads of finance;

Finance teams from across the private and public sector;

Key suppliers to the finance function; and

Annual reports.

The Business Finance Awards 2013 will assemble an exclusive audience of senior financial professionals within UK business and the public sector.

For more details, click here

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