Nominate your Business Leader of the Year for the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards

By Gwen Ridler

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Get your nominations for Business Leader of the Year in to us now!
Get your nominations for Business Leader of the Year in to us now!

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The Food Manufacture Excellence Awards are searching for nominations for the Business Leader of the Year category. Think you know anyone worthy of one of the highest honours in the industry?

The Food Manufacture Excellence Awards, hosted annually in London, make their return next year on the 9 February 2023. For the first time, the Business Leader of the Year category is welcoming nominations from our readers, opening up more possibilities than ever before for exceptional leaders across the industry to be recognised on the biggest stage.

This award is exclusively presented to the very finest business leaders from across the industry – those who have displayed outstanding value to their wider business, have provided motivation, expertise, advice, and care for their staff, and have helped guide it from success to success over the last year.

Award winning achievements 

If the above describes a business leader that you know, nominate them for the award this year! You could help them achieve a once in a lifetime feat by taking home a trophy at the awards night next year. The benefits to winning an award can be overwhelmingly positive for any business.

If you’d like to nominate somebody for the Business Leader of the Year award, please do so by clicking this link and filling out the quick 5 minute nomination form.

Self-nominations are also welcome, so don’t be shy and nominate yourself if you think you’ve done a stellar job at the head of your company over the last year!

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If you’d like more information on the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards or would like to join us this year, please click here to find out more.

Previous winners of this prestigious award include Arla Foods UK managing director Ash Amirahmadi, Kirtsy's founder Kirsty Henshaw and former Symington's chief executive John Power.

Meanwhile, Nim's Fruit Crisps founder and chief executive Nimisha Raja told Food Manufacture​ that the awards were a great way to celebrate the achievements of all the production staff​and fostered a great deal of camaraderie among members of the food and drink manufacturing industry. 

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