Enter the World Business Green Business Awards

More and more global businesses are recognising that it is imperative to change the way they operate in order to lessen the effect of climate change. The World Business Green Business Awards are the first set of global awards to truly recognise and reward companies for this vital work, and for the efforts that organisations are making to fight climate change as part of their wider business goals. To bring your pioneering work to light and encourage and celebrate good business practice, enter the World Business Green Business Awards, entry deadline is 31st July 2007. To enter go to www.worldbusinessgreenawards.com Or contact Andrea Hayes on 020 82674344 andrea.hayes@haymarket.com

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

More and more global businesses are recognising that it is imperative to change the way they operate in order to lessen the effect of climate change. The World Business Green Business Awards are the first set of global awards to truly recognise and reward companies for this vital work, and for the efforts that organisations are making to fight climate change as part of their wider business goals.
 
To bring your pioneering work to light and encourage and celebrate good business practice, enter the World Business Green Business Awards, entry deadline is 31st July 2007. To enter go to www.worldbusinessgreenawards.com Or contact Andrea Hayes on 020 82674344 andrea.hayes@haymarket.com

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