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Nominations open for 2015 IoD Awards

Nominations open for 2015 IoD Awards

Thursday 15 January 2015

Nominations open for 2015 IoD Awards

Thursday 15 January 2015

The Jersey branch of the Institute of Directors has launched its sixth annual search to find the top business leaders in Jersey’s private, public and voluntary sectors.

The winners are automatically put forward for the national awards. Four previous local winners - Richard Rolfe in 2011, Eliot Lincoln in 2012, Eamonn Elliott in 2013 and John McGuinness in 2014 - went on to win their categories in the national finals.

There are seven categories for 2015, including a new award that will recognise the best performer on the  chartered director course

  • Director of the Year for a Small Organisation (less than ten employees)
  • Director of the Year for a Medium Organisation (11-100 employees)
  • Director of the Year for a Large Organisation (100+ employees)
  • Young Director of the Year
  • Public/Third Sector Director of the Year 
  • Global Director of the Year
  • Chartered Director of the Year

Wendy Dorman, IoD Jersey branch Chairman, said: "The Jersey Director of the Year Awards have really established themselves as a key fixture in the business calendar. I am delighted to welcome on board Airtel-Vodafone as a new sponsor for 2015 and would also like to thank Appleby, who have supported the awards since their inception. The awards are all about recognising and celebrating the skill and leadership needed to steer local organisations of all types to success and I would strongly encourage people to take a few minutes to visit our website and nominate someone they know has made a real difference through their ability, dedication and hard work."

The 2015 awards take place at the Hotel de France on Friday 24 April

Nominations can be made online via the IoD’s new website at and are open until Friday 13 February. 

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