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Launch event for Young Leader 2021 award announced

15 June 2021

Launch of this year's Young Leader of the Year (YLOTY) award, organised by the Emerging Workplace Leaders (EWL) organisation, will take place on 23 June.

Another vibrant category within the PFM Partnership Awards, the deadline for entries is 23 July, allowing one month for candidates to finalise their submissions for the 2021 event.

Candidates must be 35 years of age or under and employed within the FM sector.

The YLOTY category is organised and judged by EWL and further details of this year's judging panel will be shared within the next few weeks.

Those wishing to sign up to the event, which will take place from 08.30 to 09.30 on 23 June, can do so here.

This year's launch event will include a mindfulness session, presented by Karen Farrell.

In addition to an overview of the process involved in entering YLOTY, three previous winners will also share their thoughts during the event.

Last year's YLOTY winner Mohammad Hassan will be joined by two other former winners who will be confirmed in the near future.

The agenda additionally includes a 10-minute Q&A session.

All members of the EWL organisation are voluntary and led by co-chairs On Verve director Bianca Angelico and Churchill Group operations director Phil Matis.

Those wishing to enter the PFM Partnership Awards Account Director of the Year category will also need to submit their entries by 23 July.

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