Here’s everything you need to know about placing a nomination:
How to submit a nomination?
- To submit a nomination visit our nominations page and fill out the form.
When do entries close?
- Nominations will close on the 5th March 2021
When will the Top Innovators List be announced?
- We are aiming to announce the final Top Innovators in Agriculture List on the 2nd April 2021.
Who can be nominated?
- The Top Innovators is open to nominations from the entire agriculture industry: agriculture businesses, suppliers, agricultural technology businesses. Everyone from established corporations to start-up and scale-ups. Your nominee doesn’t have to be running a company or in a senior position, we’re looking for real innovators in the sector from every aspect of the industry, and seniority.
- You can nominate someone you know, someone you admire or even yourself. You’ll simply need to provides the supporting information as to why you think they deserve to be on the Top Innovators list.
- We want to use the Top Innovators to recognise and celebrate talented individuals in the agriculture industry. With corporate and media partners, we’ll be promoting the Top Innovators, judges and nominees across a range of media. We’ll do a sit-down interview with the top 5 nominees that will be published online and across social media. Aside from this, there are many other reasons to enter / nominate:
- Nominees will get recognition for their outstanding commitment to the industry
- Improve team / individual morale
- Highlight key activities within Agriculture that can be shared with the respective community
- Tips for completing the nomination form:
- Complete the form each time for an individual, if you want to submit multiple nominations please use multiple forms.
- The word counts are simply a guideline, please ensure your entries are concise but provide a full picture as to why you think the individual should be nominated.
- Please ensure you pay particular attention to all compulsory questions.
- Unless otherwise specified, achievements outlined in the entries should have occurred in the last 24 months.
- The judging will aim to recognise individuals who add outstanding value to the industry and/or their organisation.
- Judges will be looking for innovation against the individual’s situation – for example each innovation doesn’t have to be groundbreaking for the entire industry – we will be judging it on how an individual took an idea / company / practice and put it into play.