The PLC Awards 2013 – could your company be a winner?

Published at 09:00 AM on 17 December 2012

It’s that time of year again.

Nominations are now open for the 2013 PLC Awards, and we’re inviting you to nominate your own, or another organisation before 21 December.

Founded in 1987 and described as, “... the City event of the year”, the PLC Awards recognise and reward excellence amongst the UK’s smaller quoted companies.

Open to all quoted main market companies outside FTSE100 and AIM; the PLC Awards help define the best of the best.

Set in London’s prestigious Grosvenor House Hotel next March, the PLC Awards will see the winners presented with their awards in front of 1,500 guests, including quoted companies, investment banks, fund managers, investment analysts and corporate advisors.

There are nine award categories:

  • Entrepreneur of the year award
  • Company of the year award
  • Best investor communication award
  • Turnaround of the year award
  • Achievement in sustainability award
  • New company of the year award
  • Best technology award
  • Best performing share award (factual)
  • Fund manager of the year award (factual)

To nominate your own organisation, another company or individual for one of the PLC Awards 2013, please complete the online form at www.plc-awards.co.uk  before 21 December.

The shortlist will appear in the Financial Times in February 2013, when the wider business community will get the chance to vote for their preferred 2013 PLC Award nominees.

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