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Spectator Business, the sister magazine of The Spectator, is on the lookout for talent again.  We're tracking down Britain's best young entrepreneurs of 2009.

Last year, we profiled ten young people who had made their mark in industries ranging from media and entertainment to food production and social networking.

They included Marc Burton, a partner in exclusive London nightspot Whisky Mist, and Victoria Lennox, who was then president of Oxford Entrepreneurs and has since gone on to head up the National Consortium of University Entrepreneurs.

This year, we are inviting readers and contributors to nominate entrepreneurs under the ago of 30 who have impressed you with their vision and determination. Have you spotted the latest Jonathan Ive (profiled in the latest issue of Spectator Business, here)? If so, we want to hear from you.

Your nominations will be added to those put forward by some famous names in the world of business, and our favourite ten young entrepreneurs will be profiled in the December issue of Spectator Business.

Please email your nominations to by Friday 6 November.