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New award seeks South Australia’s 'top 40 under 40' business leaders


InDaily has launched a new South Australian award program to find and recognise the next generation of business leaders.

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To be known as 40 Under 40, the new award seeks to identify South Australia’s younger business leaders and entrepreneurs who will help drive the state’s economy into the future.

InDaily will be calling for nominations from its readership for business people and leaders aged under 40 years who run a business or lead an organisation and have demonstrated growth and an entrepreneurial spirit.

The nominations can be made here.

InDaily has partnered with Deloitte to create the award program.

An assessment panel representing the South Australian business community will identify 40 young business leaders who have been outstanding in creating or growing a business in South Australia.

The 40 under 40 will be announced an awards dinner to be held on Thursday, June 7, 2018.

InDaily editor David Washington said it was time to shine a light on a new generation of business people in South Australia.

“This younger group of business leaders will be crucial to our economic future and the sooner we find them and hear their stories the better,” he said.

“If you know someone who you think fits the criteria we encourage you to nominate them and help them be recognised for their success.”

Nominations close Thursday 26 April 2018.

Click here to nominate someone who deserves the recognition or you can nominate yourself.

To find out more about 40 Under 40, click here.

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