The Financial Times and McKinsey & Company, organisers of the Business Book of the Year Award, want to encourage young authors to tackle emerging business themes.
They hope to unearth new talent and encourage writers to research ideas that could fill future business books of the year.
Enter the 2017 prize
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A £15,000 prize for the best business book proposal by a young author
An award of £15,000 will go to the best proposal by an author or authors under 35
Ideas examine the ‘fuzzy’ and ‘techie’, blockchain and a millennial meltdown
Three proposals for the £15,000 prize drawn from a shortlist of nine entries
An award of £15,000 will go to the best business book proposal by an author under 35
Register your interest in the 2016 prize to receive information on how to submit an entry
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