Events and awards
Management Today runs a series of conferences and events throughout the year. Featuring the country’s top bosses and thought leaders, we bring you thought-provoking debates and discussion, in-depth panels and case studies, inspiring speeches and stories, practical masterclasses, groundbreaking presentations and hands-on workshops – all designed to help you build a world-class business and become a better leader.
We also want to showcase the best of UK plc. Enter our awards to highlight the brilliant work you’ve done, boost your national coverage, stand out amongst the competition, get noticed by the country’s investors and commentators – and inspire the next generation of leaders.
NextGen Awards 2020
Earlybird Deadline: 13 February / Final Deadline: 27 February
CELEBRATING BRITAIN’S BEST FAST-GROWTH BUSINESSES – AND THE LEADERS AT THEIR HELM
Management Today is on a powerful mission to champion British business. The NextGen Awards aim to shine a spotlight on the next generation of ground-breaking, high-growth businesses. These companies are creating new opportunities, driving change and making a difference. They are Britain’s future FTSE firms.
IWIB Awards 2020
Earlybird deadline: 5 March / Final deadline: 19 March
Management Today believes passionately in the future of British business. We are on a mission to honour women who are pushing boundaries with their groundbreaking achievements in business, and to shine a light on companies who are leading the charge on driving greater levels of equality within brilliant British businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Inspiring Women In Business, Scotland
Date: March 12, 2020
Where: EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE, THE EXCHANGE, EDINBURGH, EH3 8EEH
Packed with inspirational stories, this is the must-attend event for all ambitious businesswomen who want to take the next step in their career - going from manager to leader, taking a seat at the board, or "pivoting" into a new industry or starting a new business. Previous speakers have included former leader of the Scottish Conservative Party Ruth Davidson MSP, former CEO of Virgin Money Jayne-Anne Gadhia and the chief executive of Community Justice Scotland Karyn McCluskey.