But, in response to requests from many entrants, we are pushing the deadline back three weeks. Entrants now have until 16 August to submit their entries.
Categories cover firms of all sizes as well as finance teams, annual reports, e-business innovations, public services and accounting sofware. The individual awards are among the most coveted – including Accountant of the Year, Finance Director of The Year and the Accountancy Age Personality of the Year.
A full list of judges will be announced in the next few weeks. Once again the panel will include some of the most senior financial figures around. Tickets are also selling fast for the Award’s night itself so make sure you note 6 November in your diary and book your table at London’s stunning Natural History Museum.
Please download an entry form below which details criteria for each award and some handy hints on preparing your entry. Please direct queries to email@example.com or call 0207 316 9554.
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