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Excitement builds for PFM Awards 2017

26 October 2017

With just a few days remaining before the presentation ceremony for the PFM Awards 2017, levels of activity around the event are increasing on all fronts.

This year will again see the trophies presented at a gala evening at London's The Brewery, with another full house confirmed on the night.

More than 600 people will attend the black tie event, which has become renowned for the quality of its networking.

The main focus for the evening are the awards winners, of course, due to the high levels of integrity provided by the judging process.

Each finalist within the Partnership categories are visited on site, where the judges interview the client and service provider and view the results of their ongoing collaborative efforts.

Further proof of the awards' integrity can be seen in the fact that each category has just three finalists, which means that only the very best entries are included.

Following the successful conclusion of this year's awards, planning will begin for 2018, which will see the PFM Awards celebrate its 25th anniversary.

The PFM Awards 2018 presentation evening will again take place at The Brewery on 7 November next year.

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