Forty Under 40 Nomination Form



Online Nomination Form
IBJ seeks rising leaders for 23nd annual "Forty Under 40"
On February 2, 2015, Indianapolis Business Journal will recognize 40 central Indiana business and professional leaders. We are looking for people who have achieved a level of success that is rare at a young age. Examples of civic involvement and leadership outside the workplace will also be considered. Nominees must be younger than 40 as of the February 2, 2015, publication date.

Previous honorees are not eligible for nomination.

The deadline for nominations is September 26, 2014.
 

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Nominee must reside in Marion County or surrounding counties.

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Send any letters of recommendation or other supporting materials to Norm Heikens, Associate Editor, Indianapolis Business Journal, 41 E. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN, 46204, or email the documents to nheikens@ibj.com.

     
   

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