In order to make the judging of our Wind Investment Awards as fair as we can, we have put together a judging panel with a diverse range of backgrounds and experience. Sarah Stewart explains.
“To be prepared is half the victory,” according to Cervantes.
If you want to be victorious at the European Wind Investment Awards, you must be prepared – and that’s where this blog post can help. From the entry process to awards night, and how we’re going to ensure impartiality in our judging, this should tell you all you need to know.
How can wind companies stand out from the competition? Well, you should know by now that a valuable way to establish yourself as a top leader or company is by applying to — and winning! — an award. However, not all awards are equal. Why should you trust ours?
I know a fund manager whose investment approach developed earlier than most.
As a child he was careful to select fun, honest friends who would be friends for life. He only treated himself to items which he thought would appreciate in value – like the Rolex he bought in 1967 for £71/4s.
Today, as a seasoned investor, he spends his time researching AI and investing in cleantech – things he believes will pay off, both for himself and generations to come.
You probably have similar tendencies. You want know that when you spend your time, effort or money on something, it’ll be worthwhile. We get that. That’s why we think you should consider entering the European Wind Investment Awards.
A Word About Wind editor-in-chief Richard Heap looks at ten of the key benefits to your business and the industry for entering the European Wind Investment Awards. Now we’ve read this, even we’re thinking about submitting a couple of entries.
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Sponsorship opportunities are now open for the Wind Investment Awards 2021. Contact us to find out how to be a part of this special event.