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Helpful tips to enter PFM Awards 2017

02 May 2017

Following a number of enquiries, we thought it would be helpful to provide some tips for those seeking to enter the PFM Awards by the 17 May deadline.

One of the issues experienced has been downloading of the initial entry form from our website.

Most people find that logging out of their company's system and accessing the Internet independently of this allows the download to take place.

One of this year's entrants also found that changing from Google Chrome to Internet Explorer resolved difficulty in downloading the entry form.

Questions have also been received regarding any cost of entry.

We are happy to confirm that all entries to the PFM Awards are free of charge.

Further queries have also been received over the possibility of sending entries after the 17 May deadline.

Our response to this has been that all entrants need to ensure that they provide a 250 word summary of their entry by the deadline, with the full entry following as soon as possible, preferably within a few days.

The 250 word summary should be emailed to by 17 May at the latest.

Further queries can also be emailed to this address regarding the PFM Awards.

This year's awards will be presented at London's The Brewery on 1 November, which is expected to be another highly successful evening following the enthusiastic response from the PFM Awards 2016.

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