Institute Puts the Golden Mango Up for Grabs

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Institute Puts the Golden Mango Up for Grabs


The CIMA and Financial Management Awards 2004 will feature two new categories this year. The Golden Mango international development award will be presented jointly by the institute's nominated charity, Management Accounting for Non-Governmental Organisations, to the individual or organisation that has made the greatest contribution to international development or humanitarian relief.

The other new category is young business leader of the year, which is open to individuals aged under 30 who have shown outstanding entrepreneurial and practical skills in sustaining a business or project.

The other eight categories are:

* Employer of the year (over 500 employees) sponsored by Hays Accountancy Personnel. You will have demonstrated the biggest commitment to your CIMA staff and made the most of your trainees' potential.

* Employer of the year (under 500 employees), sponsored by Joslin Rowe.

* Contribution to management accounting. An organisation or individual will have made a significant contribution to the profession through research, profile, commitment or a combination of the three.

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