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Deadlines confirmed for PFM Awards 2019

05 February 2019

In addition to the deadline for entries to the PFM Partnership Awards 2019 announced last month, the dates for additional categories have also been confirmed.

Those wishing to submit entries and nominations for the Account Director of the Year and Young Leader of the Year should process these to arrive by 15 July.

Entries and submissions for the Peter Middup Lifetime Achievement in FM award need to ensure that these are received by PFM no later than 17 August.

The deadline for the PFM Partnership Awards has been confirmed as 15 May, which once again coincides with this year's World FM Day.

Entries to the Young Leader of the Year award will be judged by the Emerging Workplace Leaders (EWL) panel, which was formerly known as the Young Managers Forum (YMF).

Having confirmed the name change at last year's PFM Awards, further updates will be shared on the EWL's progress this year as it continues to encourage the development and recognition of talented individuals under the age of 35.

There is one more deadline to be confirmed for the PFM Awards 2019, namely that of entries to the Team Member award.

This is only open to those confirmed as finalists within the PFM Partnership categories, who will be notified of their success in June this year and will then be informed of the option to nominate non-managerial members of staff.

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