The CEO Magazine is calling for Australia’s business leaders and executives to apply for its sixth annual Executive of the Year Awards.
The awards recognise the achievements of leaders and professionals over the past year, and the contributions they have made to their companies across industry-specific categories, as well as job-specific and recognition awards, and the major award, CEO of the Year.
Applications close 9am AEST on Friday 14 July 2017, with finalists to be announced in August.
Click here for more info on the awards and how to apply.
The event will be held at Crown Melbourne on Wednesday 15 November, and will be again hosted by media personality Eddie McGuire.
Chris Dutton, founder and CEO of The CEO Magazine, said: “Each year, the Executive of the Year Awards showcase the fantastic talent we have within Australian companies, celebrating their hard work and achievements.”
McGuire added: “True leadership is something we should celebrate and be proud of, and I look forward to hosting these prestigious awards once again this year.”
View the full list of winners from last year’s Executive of the Year Awards here.
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