GUBA AWARDS 2018 NOMINATIONS OPENS

Nominations for the acclaimed GUBA Awards 2018, opens online from Tuesday the 20th of March 2018 and closes midnight on Tuesday the 10th of April 2018.

For the first time ever, the awards will take place within a duration of two days, preceding with a seminar on African entrepreneurship on Friday 13th July 2018, and followed by the GUBA Awards Ceremony on Saturday 14th July 2018 at InterContinental London – The O2, SE10 0TW.

Serving as a precursor to the voting and awarding process, nominations provide the public with the ability to recognise change-makers within their communities. GUBA Awards nominees are selected by the public, shortlisted and put forward for a public vote.

This year, eleven diverse categories are open for nominations and accessed via http://www.gubaawards.co.uk/nominations/ . The GUBA Awards 2018 categories are as follows:

Made in Ghana Award 2018
Efie Ne Fie Award 2018
Innovation & Technology Award 2018
Leisure & Tourism Award 2018
Sustainable Agriculture Award 2018
Humanitarian Award 2018
Ghanaian Association of the Year Award 2018 – Charity of the Year Award 2018
Rising Star Award 2018
Professional of the Year Award 2018
Student Achiever of the Year Award 2018
Speaking on the significance of nominations, the CEO of GUBA Enterprise Mrs Dentaa Amoateng MBE expressed:

“The call for nominations is a crucial part of the GUBA Awards. The process allows for the public to have their say and bring forth a wide array of talented and deserving individuals. I urge everyone to participate in this process, to bring to light the talents that go unrecognised.”

A complete list of categories can be accessed via http://www.gubaawards.co.uk/nominations/ . Nominations end on Tuesday the 10th of April 2018.

GUBA Awards 2018 will be an unmissable, educational and inspirational two-day event. For sponsorship opportunities, kindly email george@gubaawards.co.uk and visit www.gubaawards.co.uk to find out more about the awards.

ECOM Ghana are the Title Sponsors of GUBA Awards 2018.

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