Boston Globe Accepting Nominations For Most Innovative People in Massachusetts 2012

  • 02 Mar 2012 11:52 AM
    Message # 841911
    Deleted user
    Via Boston.com

    The Boston Globe is seeking the most innovative people in Massachusetts – individuals who did the most in the past year to transform a business or their community. Their achievements could range from introducing a wild new product that changed the way people work or play, to launching a new effort that became a runaway success.

    What’s important is that the bulk of their accomplishment occurred in the past 12 months. We want to discover those who are producing positive change right now, rather than honor those who have led distinguished careers or who have made a significant contribution in years past.

    We’re also asking for your contact information in case questions arise, and for a description of your connection to the nominee. Your nomination and all personal information will be kept confidential. We reserve the right to reject any nomination if we can’t reach the person who submitted it.

    The deadline for nominations is March 9. The results of our survey will appear in the Globe 100, an online and print project that will be published in May.

    Thank you for your help.


    Last modified: 02 Mar 2012 2:31 PM | Deleted user
  • 13 Mar 2012 2:31 PM
    Reply # 857642 on 841911
    It is the very online essay that I need for my work! I am sure it will help me to finish it
  • 27 Jul 2012 11:34 AM
    Reply # 1021266 on 841911
    Luis
    How neat! Is it really this simlpe? You make it look easy.
  • 31 Aug 2012 8:43 AM
    Reply # 1061530 on 857642
    Destiny
    Lydia,I've thought thogruh some of those issues myself. My links are different from my sponsored links . With Nando's Peri-Peri, there wasn't even a request for a review; I honestly just like it so much, I wanted to write a review on it. I don't think it's dishonest to accept an item to review, as long as the sender knows that the review will be unbiased; if it's a bad review, be ready to accept that. I wrote a review of a local barbecue restaurant, and I didn't give them perfect scores on several things, but they were happy to have the review, and I think they appreciated the honesty.I will say that anything I write on here will be pretty much unbiased. I won't accept a sponsor that I can't say favorable things about That starts getting into integrity issues.Thanks for talking the time to comment!Curt
 

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