BYPY

AcronymDefinition
BYPYBirmingham Young Professional of the Year (UK)
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He won the HR, recruitment and training award before being chosen ahead of five other category winners to be named overall BYPY 2019.
Mr Williams will now receive a fully funded scholarship to study an executive MBA at Aston Business School worth [pounds sterling]18,000 and spend the next year representing the city as BYPY.
She will now receive a fully funded scholarship to study for an executive MBA at Aston Business School worth PS18,000 and spend the next year representing the city as BYPY.
The awards recognise the city's top talent aged under 35 and working in the professional services industry with the overall winner spending a year as BYPY, promoting the city and working on new initiatives and programmes within the business community.
Michael Parker, associate director with Gleeds, took home the property and construction category at the awards before being crowned overall BYPY 2017 winner.
The overall BYPY for 2019 will be chosen from the winners of these six categories.
Ms Dibra said: "I'm thrilled to be chairing 2019's BYPY committee, after being part of the committee for the second year.
BYPY recognises the stars of the city's business and professional services and the Aspiring Talent award is for 16 to 24-year-olds who are still in full-time education or training, embarking on a career in Birmingham's business professional services sector.
She will now receive a fully funded scholarship to study for an executive MBA at Aston Business School worth [pounds sterling]18,000 and spend the next year representing the city as BYPY.
The event is free and open to both members and non-members of BYPY organiser Birmingham Forward.
The awards will again celebrate the city's top talent aged under 35 and working in the professional services industry with the overall winner spending a year as BYPY, promoting the city and working on new initiatives and programmes within the business community.
BYPY committee chairman Sam Pennell said: "Rachel's mix of intellect and presenting experience make her the perfect host for this year's awards."