The Search has begun…for the 2016 Cotswold Life “35 under 35”
PUBLISHED: 14:18 03 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:18 03 August 2016
Do you know a dynamic young business professional working in the Cotswolds?
Following our first ever and fabulous group of “35 under 35” that we published in the November 2015 issue of Cotswold Life Business & Professional magazine, we are now working on finding our class of 2016 and need your help….
In partnership with Lockton Companies and Tayabali Tomlin, we are now looking for the next group of great dynamic young business people working here in the Cotswolds to become part of our exclusive club.
We will be publishing the 2016 list of our next generation of professionals and business leaders from across the region in the November issue. As with last year, this will be followed by a “35 under 35” networking drinks party. As part of this exclusive club our 2015 group along with our class of 2016, will be invited. Our “35 under 35” network is an excellent opportunity for young business people to build on their own business referral network.
Your 2016 “35 under 35“ nomination:
Do you know someone under 35 who you think is destined for great things within your business or a business you work with? This could be a colleague, customer or supplier…
We are looking for young people who are exemplars. Willing to achieve for themselves, their colleagues, their employers, their professional or local communities and to make a difference within society, however small. We’re looking for future leaders in the Cotswold region…
If you would like to nominate someone please provide us with the following information by the 19th August to firstname.lastname@example.org
Company and job title
Email address for us to contact them
View our 2015 list here: 35 under 35
The definition for Generation Y
Tech-Savvy: Generation Y grew up with technology and rely on it to perform their jobs better. Armed with the latest technology, Generation Y is plugged-in 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Family-Centric: Generation Y are willing to trade high pay for fewer billable hours, flexibility and a better work/life balance. Unlike the older generation, Generation Y has a different vision of workplace expectations and often prioritises family and quality of life over work, however, they still respect hard work and aspire to achieve.
We are looking for young people who are exemplars. Willing to achieve for themselves, their colleagues, their employers, their professional or local communities and to make a difference within society, however small. We’re looking for future leaders. What do they think it takes to drive tomorrow’s economic agenda and where are they in the Cotswold region?