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Nominations open for ‘ones to watch’ feature

Nominations for Lancashire Business View's 'Ones to watch' Sub36 feature are now open.

Lancashire Business View’s popular Sub36 feature will return in the September/October edition and the magazine has opened its nominations portal for one month.

The Sub36 feature will showcase individuals from across the county who are aged under 36 but are already making a significant impact on their businesses, industry or community.

The feature will profile the most inspiring and impactful business owners, decision-makers and key employees in Lancashire.

Nominations are open until August 14, when a panel of judges will select the most deserving individuals for inclusion within the feature.

You can nominate yourself, a colleague, a client or a peer. Anybody under the age of 36 working in the county will be considered.

The judges are particularly interested in their key achievements so far and an insight into their potential impact.

Richard Slater, publisher of Lancashire Business View, said: “This feature has been a staple of our magazine for more than a decade and has unearthed some truly inspiring stories.

“Some of the individuals we’ll feature are already known to us and we’re already familiar with their work and the impact they’ve made. But others will be introduced to us through this feature and that’s why we’ve opened the nominations process to everyone.

“If you work with someone who is already standing out from the crowd despite their young age, or you yourself believe your achievements make you a Sub36 ‘one to watch’, we encourage you to put forward a nomination. Our magazine exists to celebrate the best of Lancashire and we can never hear too many good news stories!”

Click here to nominate.

Find out more here.

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