19/02/2018

Limited Time Remaining For Leaders To Enter IoD Director Of The Year Awards

Business leaders have until 28th February to enter this year's Institute of Directors (IoD) First Trust Bank Director of the Year Awards.

The annual awards honour the achievements and leadership of directors from sectors across Northern Ireland, with category winners then considered for the UK-wide Director of the Year Finals in London.

Northern Ireland-based business leaders have received the Overall Director of the Year accolade in two of the last three years including Brendan McGurgan of CDE Global in 2016 while Simon Hunter of Hunter Apparel Solutions was honoured with the award in 2015.
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In 2017 meanwhile, Gareth Loye of M&M Contractors was named UK Family Business Director of the Year while Janet McCollum of Moy Park received the UK Large Company Director of the Year Award.

Lisa Maltman, Business Development Manager, IoD NI commented: "With the closing date for this year’s IoD First Trust Bank Director of the Year Awards drawing near, there is still time for local business leaders to enter.

"Seeking to recognise those leaders who have displayed the highest standards of leadership in the private, public and third sectors, the awards have proved to be a tremendous platform to showcase local talents on a wider stage.

"We wish the best of luck to all entrants, who have the opportunity to join with what has been a real Northern Ireland success story over recent years."



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