The Hot 100 nomination process draws to a close this week, so now is your very last opportunity to put forward any individuals you feel have made a genuine contribution to the UK catering equipment industry.
Whether it’s a colleague you work with, a business partner that has made an impression on you or someone from the industry that you feel should be recognised for doing an excellent job, you need to tell us!
Sending in a Hot 100 nomination process is incredibly quick and simple. But to make it even easier for you we’ve put together our quick-fire guide below, so download the nomination form here and get cracking!
1) You don’t need to write an essay!
We are not expecting you to spend hours compiling your nomination. Simply tell us the reason you are nominating that person in a paragraph or more and we’ll do the rest!
2) No restrictions on who you nominate
The Hot 100 is about identifying the ‘unsung heroes’ and ‘rising stars’ of the industry as much as those in senior positions, so don’t be afraid to nominate people that are rarely recognised outside their closest circles.
3) Think outside your company
While you are free to nominate your boss or colleagues, remember that you can also suggest people who don’t directly work for your business. It could be a supplier or business partner that has impressed you.
4) You can nominate more than one person
Don’t waste time trying to narrow down your nomination to one person. You can nominate as many people as you like, as long as they work in the catering equipment market.
5) Use the categories for inspiration
The Hot 100 is divided into 5 categories: Business Bigshots; Industry Innovators; Rising Stars; Unsung Heroes; and Winning Teams. Does anybody instantly spring to mind that fits into any of those categories? Let us know now!
Download your Hot 100 nomination form here.
You can also visit our special Hot 100 web channel here for more details of the Hot 100 book and party.