PC Advisor's sister title Macworld and FileMaker are looking for 2010's Entrepreneur of the Year.

The award is aimed at people who've set up a business in the last 18 months, created innovative new products or services, and made a success of it, and will be presented during the prestigious annual Macworld Awards, which takes place in London on June 24.

FileMaker is behind Bento, the personal database that's as easy to use as a Mac and allows users to organise contacts, track projects, plan events and more - all in one place.

The Entrepreneur of the Year award is open to anyone who has set up a business - any type of business - in the last 18 months. You don't have to use Bento, a Mac, or even an iPhone; you just have to prove that you've made a success of your endeavour.

Full details on how to enter can be found on the Macworld Awards webpage.

Closing date for Entrepreneur of The Year is midday Thursday May 13, 2010.

The awards are attended by a 'who's who' of the Mac industry, and this esteemed venue is the perfect setting for the UK's biggest Mac awards ceremony.

Winning a Macworld Award is a seal of quality for any product. The winners are chosen by the Macworld editorial team and Macworld's army of enthusiastic readers. A Macworld Award is considered a benchmark of excellence throughout the industry.

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