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LinkedIn European Business 2010 Awards

Linked In business awards
Linked In business awards

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The LinkedIn European Business Awards in association with Cisco WebEx online collaboration are open to every member of LinkedIn who is based in Europe. There is no charge to enter and you can nominate anyone, including yourself, for an award.

To keep up to date with the Awards progress, network with the nominees and discuss award entries; join our LinkedIn group. You will also get the opportunity to pose questions to the judges, ask them about their business success and what they are looking for in the winning entry. This is the first collaborative European Business Awards. Have your say, work together and get involved. Join the group.

(The group is open to all members of LinkedIn in Europe. You do not have to be nominated to join).

The winners will be decided by the European LinkedIn membership and a panel of expert judges.

To win, you’ll have to be a master of collaboration, someone who revels in the possibilities afforded by sharing ideas and one who can provide tangible proof of success.

The whole six month programme will be run online, with the final awards presentation being staged in April 2010 via a live Cisco WebEx

The awards

Best Business Innovation of the Year

For this category you may nominate your own company or another company. You must provide one named contact for the nominated company.

This Award will go to the company that has created, grown and developed an innovation or process over the last 12 months that has substantially improved the commercial performance or prospects of the company. The entry can be based on the development of a specific project.

Company size does not matter here, as the judges will be looking for pure innovation in business.

Entries must take the form of a written submission of 500 words or less and should include: details of the scale and nature of the company; the culture and standard working practices of the company and how they have been transformed and/or improved during the past 12 months; how the changes/improvements have been monitored and measured; and the impact of these innovations on the company’s overall performance.

>> Nominate for the Best Business Innovation of the Year

Business Leader of the Year

For this category you may nominate yourself or another person.

This Award is for a business leader who has created an outstanding workplace based on a set of values that has led to a committed, effective and motivated workforce.

Entries must take the form of a written submission of 500 words or less and include details of the qualities that set the nominee apart and how they have benefited the business and its staff. Tangible examples of these benefits will be required, including the related costs and financial return.

>> Nominate for the Business Leader of the Year

Rising Star of the Year

For this category you may only nominate another person*, not yourself. *( Must be a member of LinkedIn within Europe).

The Rising Star of the Year Award will be awarded to a non-board level individual whose initiative and determination has made an exceptional contribution to the success of their business over the last 12 months. They will also have demonstrated exceptional ability to make a difference when working with clients, suppliers, colleagues and stakeholders.

Entries must take the form of a written submission of 500 words or less and must provide details of what the nominee has achieved in the past year. The submission should focus on specific accomplishments and relate them to past performance or industry norms. Be sure to mention obstacles overcome, innovations or discoveries made, and outcomes.

>> Nominate for the Rising Star of the Year

Best Business Startup of the Year

For this category you may nominate your own company or another company. You must provide one named contact for the nominated company.

This award is for companies that started trading after September 2008, have beaten their original forecasts and can demonstrate outstanding long-term potential.

Entries must take the form of a written submission of 500 words or less and must provide evidence that the company has delivered and exceeded its original business plan and achieved commercial success. The submission should also include details of the company’s strategy and vision for future development.

>> Nominate for the Best Business Startup of the Year

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