Accountancy Age Awards 2000: Recognising business excellence

Accountancy Age Awards 2000: Recognising business excellence

The hunt for businesses and individuals worthy of an Accountancy Age Award for Excellence is on.

Categories for business awards this year include Business Accountant, Finance Team, Financial Director and Annual Report and Accounts. The glittering ceremony, held at the Natural History Museum in November, will again include the Accountancy Age Personality award. Last year, our readers chose European Commission whistleblower Paul van Buitenen for the coveted prize.

For more details about the awards and how to enter, visit our special awards website at www.accountancyage.com/awards, which can also be accessed through the AccountancyAge.com home page.

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