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Accountancy Age Awards: Win a magnum of champagne

Grant Thornton, sponsors of the Accountancy Age Business Accountant of the Year award, is rewarding the winner of the category with a magnum of champagne to be presented on the awards night.

This category is a new addition to our annual awards this year. All qualified accountants in business are eligible to enter and this award could provide the ideal boost to your career or a good opportunity to reward staff and colleagues for their hard work.

The glittering ceremony takes place at London’s Natural History Museum on 1 November 2000 where a celebrity guest will be presenting the awards to all the lucky winners.

Due to popular demand the closing date has now been extended to 11 August 2000.

For more details on this or any of our other categories please visit our awards pages at http://www.accountancyage.com/awards, call 020 7316 9539 or e-mail awards@accountancyage.com.

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