BusinessPeople In BusinessAccountancy Age 35 under 35 2018 – entries open!

Accountancy Age 35 under 35 2018 – entries open!

Entries are now open for the Accountancy Age 35 under 35 2018 ranking, spotlighting the brightest young talent in the accountancy sector

Entries are now open for the Accountancy Age 35 under 35 2018 ranking. The ranking will spotlight the brightest young talent in the accountancy sector and feature those who display innovation and dedication to lead the way and transform their respective fields.

We are looking for individuals under the age of 35 who hold an accountancy qualification and who have made outstanding contributions to the profession in their career to date.

To be considered for the 35 under 35 2018 ranking  or to nominate one of your colleagues  submit your details and a supporting statement of achievements.

ENTER HERE

The deadline for entries is 4 May.

Good luck!

 

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