Lancashire’s best young professionals and entrepreneurs are being encouraged to gain recognition for their achievements through Lancashire Business View’s Sub36 Awards.
The Sub36 Awards, which has launched for entries, promotes the business achievements of Lancashire’s young people aged under 36.
This year’s awards will culminate with a ceremony event on October 22.
Two Zero is sponsoring this year’s awards along with Lancashire County Council’s Rosebud fund, the official funding partner of the awards.
Amin Vepari, programme manager, Two Zero said: “Two Zero is about building strong foundations for a successful and resilient growing business. A key ingredient of this is having ambitious and skilled people.
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Lancashire Business View and Sub36 to recognise the achievements of young people in Lancashire, business leaders who will shape the future of our county and our economy in the coming years.
“Two Zero is launching a revised support programme based on the events of recent months. We will help Lancashire’s most ambitious businesses become stronger and more resilient through a quality package of online coaching and mentoring.”
The Sub36 Awards have categories relevant to all Lancashire-based businesses and give businesses the opportunity to showcase themselves to the Lancashire community.
Companies can view categories and enter here.
Entries will close on August 28.