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Made in Manchester Awards entry deadline draws near

13 awards are on offer at this year's Made in Manchester Awards

The Made in Manchester Awards are one of Manchester’s most prestigious business awards.

With an extensive and unbiased two-tiered judging process, the awards proudly celebrate the very best young talent that Greater Manchester has to offer.

With 13 awards on offer, including the coveted Chairman’s Rising Star Award, the evening will celebrate an extensive array of sectors in the city.

From apprentices to lawyers and marketers to property developers, nominations are coming in thick and fast for the coveted awards.

The Made in Manchester Awards celebrate young talent under the age of 35 who have excelled themselves. Organised by pro-manchester with the support of the Future pro-manchester committee, nominations for the awards close on Friday 9th November.

Future pro-manchester chairman, Doug King, said: “The Made in Manchester Awards are a great way to get yourself or a colleague recognised for continuous hard work.

“The awards are now in their fifth year and I’m delighted to be judging a number of this year’s entries. Whether you’re a winner or a nominee, the quality of people in attendance at the event is sure to enrich your business network.”

Sam Booth, pro-manchester chief executive said: “I have already seen the great calibre of nominees who are coming forward for this year’s Made in Manchester Awards. Each year candidates excel themselves, and 2019’s entries are no exception.

“The pro-manchester team works tirelessly to ensure we deliver the best awards in the city and we’re looking forward to celebrating the talent we have in our wonderful region.”

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Philip Ghayour
Events, PR, and Marketing Manager at The Samuel James Group, Philip has a degree in Journalism from the University of Salford and holds an MSc in Marketing from Lancaster University, Philip has also worked at BBC Radio Lancashire, Clitheroe Football Club and Accrington Stanley Football Club.