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PFM Awards 2018 opens for entries with launch of categories

26 January 2018

Today sees the launch of the PFM Awards 2018, the 25th anniversary of the leading awards initiative for the FM sector.

Having established a reputation for providing the highest levels of integrity, this is set to continue for the awards' milestone anniversary.

A full list of the categories for 2018 is now live on the dedicated PFM Awards website, launched at the 2017 presentation ceremony last November.

Newly-introduced for this year's awards are the Partners in Diversity and Partners in Energy Management categories, following discussions with the judges and members of the PFM Editorial Advisory Board.

The closing date for entries will be 16 May, coinciding with this year's World FM Day.

Conversations are also at an advanced stage with the independent judging panel and the names of the judges will be revealed in the next few weeks.

Suggestions are additionally being received on the extra features to include to make the 2018 PFM Awards presentation ceremony a fitting celebration of the 25th anniversary.

These have included the staging of an after party, along with providing a charity casino, live band and karaoke in dedicated areas within London's The Brewery.

The presentation ceremony will take place on Wednesday, 7 November this year.


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