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PFM Awards entries deadline - just a few days left

16 May 2016

Companies and individuals planning to enter this year's PFM Partnership Awards have just seven days to submit their entries within the 23 May deadline.

Those requiring assistance or further advice are advised to contact PFM as soon as possible, as there is very limited scope for deadline extensions this year.

While the team will provide support wherever possible, this year's shortlist has to be determined before the end of May.

Anyone unable to ensure their entries arrive at the PFM office by 23 May is advised to email an electronic version to as soon as possible.

Those wishing to enter the Young FM of the Year category have a different schedule, so the 23 May deadline will not apply to them and PFM will be announcing the official launch of this category next month, with an entry deadline of early September.

Once the shortlist for the PFM Partnership Awards has been announced, finalist contact details will then be passed to our judging team of independent industry experts so arrangements can be made for them to visit.

One of the key requirements of the judges' visit is that representatives from both sides of the partnership entry are present for the meeting, as well as the candidate for the Partnership Team Member Award, if this option is chosen.

With a number of entries already received and many additional contacts reporting that their submission will be sent in the next few days, this year's awards have secured another high level of response from the industry.

Several categories have already matched last year's response numbers, adding further urgency to the need to submit entries in order not to miss out on the FM sector's most highly regarded awards event.

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