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Last week before entry deadline for PFM Partnership Awards

11 May 2018

Next Wednesday, 16 May, will see the entry deadline for submissions for the PFM Partnership Awards 2018.

Following a steady flow of enquiries over the last month, interest in the event remains high and has been further driven by its 25th anniversary celebrations.

This year's deadline of 16 May once again coincides with the 2018 World FM Day.

Those wishing to submit entries or nominations for the Account Director of the Year and Young Leader of the Year categories have until 27 July.

Nominations for the Peter Middup Lifetime Achievement in FM Award have until 30 August to prepare to prepare for submission.

Those with questions on any of the above should email

Following the closure of the PFM Partnership Awards categories next week, the process will begin to determine this year's shortlist.

Once this has been confirmed, the finalists' details will be shared with the judging team for them to make appointments to visit the client and service provider on site.

All judging visits will be conducted by the end of September, allowing the judges to meet in early October to agree the winners of each category and the overall winner of the Partnership awards.

This year's presentation ceremony will take place on 7 November at London's The Brewery, which will include a silver theme as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations.

Discussions are ongoing on additional attractions to include on the night for the reaching of this significant milestone.

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