Events

New Energy & Cleantech Awards 2014

Recognising those who play a pivotal role in the process and shaping of the future green energy and cleantech industries, companies, entrepreneurs, investors and specialist advisers.

M&A Awards 2014

The 2013 M&A awards celebrate deal-making excellence in the mid-market. Whether you're a lawyer, accountant or independent consultant.

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