Nov 20 - Nov 20, 2023
Established almost a decade ago as the Bracken Bower Prize, the award was named after Brendan Bracken, former chairman of the Financial Times and Marvin Bower, founding father of McKinsey. Over the last 10 years, the prize has recognised emerging literary talent and encouraged young writers to explore upcoming business trends, emphasising knowledge, creativity, and originality.
The prize has offered a formidable platform for aspiring authors to make an impact on the world, with many of their groundbreaking submissions going on to publication and critical success. This year, we are looking back to celebrate the many participants and ideas that have covered a diverse array of subjects including digital economics, climate technology and the future of education.