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Deadline for PFM Awards 2017

17 May 2017

Today marks the deadline for submission of entries for the PFM Awards 2017 Partnership categories, coinciding with the year’s World FM Day.

Entry numbers appear to be tracking above the number received for the 2016 event, providing further evidence of the growing levels of enthusiasm for the awards.

This follows an overall enthusiastic reception received last year from both the team of independent judges – who praised the quality of last year’s entries – and attendees to the presentation ceremony last November.

Those wishing to submit entries have until close of play today to contact the team.

The details of those included on the list of finalists will be published next month, signalling the beginning of the judging process.

All finalists will be contacted by their team of judges to make appointments to visit and interview the service provider and their client on site.

This process is seen as providing the highest level of integrity and ensuring that the most deserving entrants are identified as winners.

Successful finalists will receive their trophies at this year’s evening of celebration, which will take place at London’s The Brewery on 1 November.

Those wishing to secure their place should contact Di Searle or Kelli-Anne Horne on 01732 359990.

The growing level of interest is also providing further encouragement for the 2018 event, which will mark the 25th anniversary of the PFM Awards.

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