Nominations for 2019’s Brighton Power 100 list are closed.
- Please note: all submissions must be in by September 21st, 2019 to qualify.
Brighton Power 100 is looking for the best and boldest leaders, creators, stars and thinkers from Brighton to join our dynamic winners club!
What’s the age cut off?
There isn’t one!
What geographical restrictions apply?
You have to live, work or conduct business in Brighton, in some special circumstances the judges will consider applicants who don’t meet the residential requirements if they can demonstrate “reasonable” influence in and around Brighton.
Who can make the list?
The simple answer to that is ANYONE! The Brighton Power 100 list aims to identify individuals making a difference across Brighton, whether you are in politics, business, entertainment, music, sports or charity we want to hear about you.
How do we curate the list?
It’s a very simple process. Through open nominations, recommendations by members of the public like you allow us to put this list together, we assemble 150 names of candidates across 6 sectors. Next, Brighton Power 100 staff pick around 18 finalists for each sector who at this point are in no particular order.
Finally, a judging panel overseen by BrightonPower100 President, Nicholas Taylor independently puts the candidates in order of the most influential right down to the least. A full and final list is then delivered to BrightonPower100’s President who assess all names put forward before the list is released.
Is there anything that can stop me from being on the list?
YES, sadly the Power 100 brands aim to uphold high ethics and diversity standards, as such individuals who are in prison are not eligible for the list, and individuals with previous convictions will be considered on a case by case basis. Individuals involved in politics that is deemed to promote “hatred” and attract controversy may also be deemed ineligible for the list.
Know someone who should make the list? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below