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YOUR CHANCE TO NOMINATE THE INDUS TR Y ’ S 5 0 MO S T INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE Lube Power 50


Who do YOU think are the 50 most influential people currently working in the lubricants industry?


Lube magazine would love to hear from you. Send us your 3 nominations of the people you feel deserve to be in the Lube Power 50 List.


We will be revealing and interviewing the industry’s key movers and shakers later this year in Lube magazine.


Criteria for eligibility • Nominees must currently be employed in the lubricants industry.


• They can be based anywhere in the world and must represent the lubricant sector within their role. Readers can nominate candidates from their own company or externally.


• Employees of the UKLA or Lube magazine, their family or relations are not eligible to nominate.


Rank your Top 3 nominees in 1st, 2nd and 3rd place order and tell us why you think they should be on the Lube Power 50 List.


To enter, send your nominations via email to Lube@ukla.org.uk or by using the form below and posting it back to our office:


UKLA, UKLA House, 13 Chess Business Park, Moor Road, Chesham, Bucks HP5 1SD


Or visit our website www.lube-media.com and vote online.


Nominations must be received by 30th April 2020. All nominations will be treated in the strictest confidence.


My 1st NOMINEE is: Their role is: They should be on the list because


My 2nd NOMINEE is: Their role is: They should be on the list because


My 3rd NOMINEE is: Their role is: They should be on the list because


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