Call for Vancouver Island’s top business and community achievers

Top 20 Under 40 Business and Community Achievement Awards is now accepting nominations

The second annual Top 20 Under 40 Business and Community Achievement Awards is now accepting nominations.

The awards celebrate Vancouver Island entrepreneurs, executives, managers and professionals in public, private or non-profit sectors.

Nominees are selected based on achievement, experience, innovation, leadership and community involvement, and must have demonstrated excellence in business judgment, leadership and contribution to their communities on a local and regional level.

Awards will be given out in five regions – Victoria and the Capital Region; Cowichan (Malahat to Ladysmith); Nanaimo and Oceanside; Port Alberni and West Coast; and Comox Valley and North Island.

The gala awards show takes place at the Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay on Feb. 15.

Nominations close Nov. 29.

For information, go to 20under40.ca.

 

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