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November 6 confirmed for date of PFM Awards 2019 presentation evening

27 November 2018

Following this year’s spectacular conclusion to the PFM Partnership Awards, the date for the 2019 presentation ceremony has been confirmed as 6 November.

With compliments and enthusiastic feedback continuing to be received for the 2018 awards, held once again at The Brewery in London earlier this month, many entrants, sponsors and industry contacts have already confirmed they will participate in next year’s event.

The PFM Partnership Awards 2019 will once again be presented at The Brewery, which has hosted the event for many years and continues to provide attendees with a high quality service and ideal networking opportunities, helping to ensure attendance by many of the FM industry’s senior managers.

Pictures of this year’s awards, which additionally included numerous features to celebrate the event’s 25th anniversary, are available to view and download here.

Further updates on the 2019 event will be shared in the near future, with the next major announcement due in January to announce the deadline to submit entries to the PFM Partnership Awards categories.

Later deadlines will also be published in the New Year for entries to be submitted to the Team Member, Account Director of the Year, Young Leader of the Year and the Peter Middup Outstanding Achievement in FM categories.


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