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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Faces of the Future: The next Generation

So you are an impressive young professional within the green industry? Or you know someone who is?… Fantastic!

Pro Landscaper, Africa in line with youth month, is championing a youth movement within the green industry. It is about time isn’t it.

Faces of the Future is designed to be a way of recognising and celebrating the work that young people across the outdoor design, build and maintenance sectors are putting into their budding careers. Entering Faces of The Future is a great way to gain recognition for your own work or the work of someone you know.

The rules are quite simple, you can nominate yourself or a colleague/apprentice if the nominee was aged 30 or under on the 1st of January 2018 and currently works within the horticulture, arboriculture, garden design or landscape sector.

All we ask is that you email media@paperplanepublications.co.za to receive the application form.

So that we know who to address the application to please enter the following:

Enter your Name:

Enter your age:

Enter your firm:

We will respond to your email with an application form and notes on how to enter.

Winners will be announced in an outlined section of the October issue of Pro Landscaper to be sent to all of our subscribers, will be posted online and will also be publicly recognised at our FutureScape Africa Trade Show, held on the 1st of November 2018.

It really is a fantastic initiative and we are sure it will give way to some extraordinary entries and showcases of wonderful work within our industry.

 

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