It has been announced that the nominations for this year’s Digital Leaders 100 will close in just over two weeks, on Good Friday, 18th April. So, if you know any companies, products or individuals who are making a real difference to the world of UK digital services, make sure they get the recognition they deserve by nominating here now!
The Digital Leaders 100 are run by our sister publication Digital by Default News in association with the Digital Leaders programme and are intended to celebrate those who show leadership and enterprise in harnessing digital technology and the internet as providers of information, key services and social interaction.
You can nominate candidates in the following categories:
- Elected Member
- Central Government Official
- Local Government Official
- Digital Inclusion Product or Service
- Education Product or Service
- Health Product or Service
Feel free to submit as many nominations as you wish by following the simple instructions on the nomination form.
Those who receive the highest number of nominations will be shortlisted in their category. The shortlist will be then opened for public vote and delivered to an expert panel of judges, who will select the top 10 leaders in each category. Winners will be announced at a gala dinner in June as part of the National Digital Conference in London.
The Digital Leaders 100 is also a great opportunity for your company to get significant brand exposure. Join CACI, Siteimprove and Sopra Group and become a sponsor. Download the sponsorship package here for full details of how to get involved.
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