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Deadline Extension: Nominations for the Global Top 100 Geospatial Companies of 2024 Now Accepted Until January 15th

In response to requests from the geospatial community worldwide, we are happy to announce an extension of the deadline for nominations for the “Global Top 100 Geospatial Companies of 2024” industry listing. The new deadline for submitting nominations is now Monday January 15th, 2024.

We understand that many exceptional geospatial companies have been working diligently to showcase their innovations, contributions, and expertise in the field. To ensure that all deserving companies have the opportunity to be recognized for their outstanding achievements, we have extended the deadline to provide ample time for submissions and to ensure a smoother holiday period.

The “Global Top 100 Geospatial Companies” ranking aims to highlight and celebrate the leading companies that have made significant strides in the geospatial industry. Whether your company specializes in GIS, remote sensing, mapping, location-based services, or any other geospatial technology or service, this is your chance to be recognized on a global stage.

Submitting your nomination is a straightforward process. Just follow these simple steps:

1. Visit the Nomination page: Go to the official nomination page. As requested by our community, we have created a quick overview of the nomination form and made it available as a google doc.

2. Complete the Nomination Form: Fill out the nomination form with accurate and detailed information about your company. Be sure to highlight your key accomplishments, innovations, and contributions to the geospatial industry in 2024.

3. Submit Supporting Materials: You can also provide supporting documents, case studies, or testimonials to bolster your nomination in the membership and awards section of the nomination form and showcase your company’s achievements further.

4. Review and Confirmation: Double-check your nomination to ensure accuracy and completeness, then click the submit button. You will receive a confirmation email upon successful submission.

Don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your company’s excellence in the geospatial field. Whether you’re a small startup making waves or an established industry leader, we welcome all geospatial companies to participate. We encourage all geospatial companies to take advantage of this extension and submit their nominations by January 15th, 2024. Your company could be among the top 100 geospatial companies globally, so don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to gain well-deserved recognition.

The extended deadline for nominations is January 15th, 2024. After the nomination period closes, our panel of industry experts and geospatial enthusiasts will carefully review all submissions and compile the list of the “Global Top 100 Geospatial Companies of 2024.”

For any questions or inquiries regarding the nomination process, please reach out to muthu@geoawesomeness.com

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Major milestone achieved towards building a green supply chain with the Supply Chain Data Partnership’s new global location register

Geography plays a vital role in both understanding and optimizing supply chains and working towards a more sustainable future. That’s why the Supply Chain Data Partnership was established – to develop and provide critical insights into global supply chains. Now, as COP28 is underwaywhere global sustainability and supply chains are top of the agendathe project has marked a major milestone in promoting green and sustainable investment. 

Announced at COP27, the SCDP has now completed a proof of concept for the creation of a global location register. The new location insights platform will enable the monitoring and verification of environmentally and socially sustainable practices at every stage of the supply chain to protect both people and the planet. 

Location insights, provided by the Ordnance Survey – are a key part of the register – allowing the verification of farms and sites. Over the past year, the project has focused on the supply chains of products such as soy and wood-based packaging applications.

As a founding member of the SCDP, the Ordnance Survey are now keen to hear from businesses with environmental and sustainability goals.

How can the location register best support your needs? What are your goals and what would you like to monitor and verify?

Research has shown that while many companies have long-term sustainability goals, not many of them have the means to measure their progress. This location register will bring transparency and spotlight where organizations are upholding environmental and social standards for their own and supplier’s operations. 

“At OS we are committed to achieving a sustainable future. Demonstrating the value of this register and getting it to a proof of concept has been a major milestone. We can now demonstrate how location data and technology can help sustainability initiatives succeed by providing accuracy when it comes to monitoring, analysing, and modelling solutions – getting us one step closer to a sustainable and prosperous future. Linking with the connected supply chain and entity experts GS1 UK and GLIEF, now provides us with the global reach this initiative needs to grow at pace. We are now keen to hear from any businesses who are interested in how the register can support their environmental and sustainability goals.”. Donna Lyndsay, Strategic Market Lead at Ordnance Survey

Donna Lyndsay, Strategic Market Lead at Ordnance Survey

If you’re a business interested in verifying your supply chains, reach out to the Ordnance Survey to find out how you could improve your location insights and make better, informed decisions towards your sustainability goals.

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