Your time is running out to nominate for The Manufacturer Top 100 report 2015. Nominations close on Friday July 31.
If you know someone who is doing a fantastic job in manufacturing then nominate them in 200 words or less here, explaining how they are making a difference in the industry.
Nominate your manufacturing heroes for one or more of the following reasons:
An inspirational leader: an inspiring leader who has created stable employment, while remaining committed to the value of their manufacturing business through people, processes and technology.
Driver of cultural change: an individual who has helped to alter popular perceptions about manufacturing locally or nationally.
Bold investor in new markets: someone who has been courageous in finding new markets.
The young pioneer: a person who has made an impact disproportionate to their years, providing inspiration for the future of manufacturing in the UK.
The unsung hero: someone who is instrumental in facilitating the success of those around them and the success of the business as a whole.
The Manufacturer Top 100, kindly sponsored by Lloyds Bank, BDO and Autodesk, aims to raise the profile of manufacturing, dispel myths surrounding it, create a platform to champion and publicly identify dynamic leaders and innovators in the sector, while simultaneously showing the world that manufacturing is a vibrant, exciting, creative and well-paid industry to be involved in.
Last year, The Manufacturer Top 100 2014 showcased your most inspirational role models in manufacturing and since the nominations opened we have been flooded with profiles of outstanding individuals who are blazing trails in the manufacturing sector.
Last year, shortlisted candidates and the wider manufacturing community joined TV presenter and engineer Kate Bellingham at an exclusive event at KPMG’s Birmingham office to celebrate the report launch.
Make sure your manufacturing champions don’t go unnoticed by nominating here in 200 words or less.