The Oliver Top Empowerment Awards have announced that the deadline for entries has been extended to Friday, 3 February 2017. In March, SA's pre-eminent awards for empowerment will celebrate a remarkable 16 years of showcasing the organisations and individuals at the forefront of sustainable transformation.
Every year, intensive research identifies South Africa's transformation leaders to be profiled in Impumelelo Top Empowerment Companies - the publication that government decision-makers, CEOs and global investors keep on hand as the trusted authority on SA's most transformed companies.
The Oliver Top Empowerment Awards brings those pages to life, honouring and awarding outstanding contributions to the national vision. Key stakeholders in empowerment, from both the private and the public sector, will once more gather in Johannesburg in March, for a high-profile ceremony guaranteed to invigorate the economy.
Act now to give your brand the national recognition it deserves as an empowered, inspirational leader by example. In doing so, you'll also secure a place at the preceding Top Empowerment Conference*, with the opportunity to develop the future of empowerment together with business icons.
Entries close Friday, 3 February 2017.
Awards categories open for entry: - Top Empowered Fast Growth Black-Owned SMME Award - Top Empowered Skills Development Award - Top Empowered SED Award - Top Empowered Enterprise and Supplier Development Award - Top Empowered Diversity Award - Top Empowered Job Creation Award - Top Empowered Entrepreneur of 2016 Award - Top Empowered Business Leader of the Year Award - Top Empowered Young Achiever Award – under 40 years - Top Empowered Public Service Leader of the Year Award - Top Empowered Public Service Award - Top Empowered Business of the Year Award - Lifetime Achievement Award
To enter for your chosen Top Empowerment Award now, email or call 0860 00 9590.
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