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Leader in the academic industry, Henley Business School Africa, has partnered with the 7th All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA™) to assist in the judging and assessment of all nominees for 2017.

Henley Africa has partnered with the prestigious 7th All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA) in Partnership with CNBC Africa, as the official Southern Africa research partner.

The annual AABLA are set to honour business excellence and leaders who have made a considerable impact on their industry and community. The AABLA in Partnership with CNBC Africa salute game changers of business on the continent for their continuing commitment to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies.

The AABLA Southern Africa take place at Montecasino in Johannesburg on 28 September 2017 with the AABLA Grand Finale celebrating the best in African business at the Sandton Convention Centre on 30 November 2017.

As the AABLA research partner for Southern Africa, Henley Africa will audit the academic documents and will conduct reputation research for all Southern African entrants.

Jonathan Foster-Pedley, Henley Africa’s dean and director, is on the judging panel for the Southern Africa AABLA and also involved in the selection process for the AABLA Grand Finale on 30 November 2017, when Africa’s All Africa winners will be announced.

Foster-Pedley says Henley Africa is delighted to be the research partner for the awards. “Henley has been involved in growing business leaders in Africa for the past 26 years. Our vision is to build the people, who build the businesses that build Africa. We are therefore very pleased to partner with CNBC Africa, who has its finger on the pulse of Africa’s business news.”

Henley will be encouraging its students, alumni and clients – many of whom are prominent leaders that are making a difference in their industries and communities – to enter the awards.

“The awards tie in with our emphasis on being a truly international business school, at the forefront of teaching sound business principles and highly effective leadership skills that are internationally accredited and recognised,” comments Foster-Pedley.

“Over the years many of Africa’s prominent business leaders have enrolled at Henley. They like the fact that we are rated among the top business schools in the world. We are also the only business school in Africa to offer a triple-accredited MBA, with accreditation from the leading UK, European and US accreditation bodies. We are also accredited by South Africa’s Council on Higher Education and many of our alumni work in senior positions in government, industry, media, business schools and NGOs,” concludes Foster-Pedley.

For more information and to submit a nomination, visit www.aablawards.com and follow the 7th All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA) in Partnership with CNBC Africa on Twitter: @aablawards and #AABLA2017

Entries have been extended and will close on 31 June 2017. The event is produced by ABN Event Productions.