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Award for innovation and workplaces in London

13 August 2009

For the second year running, UBM Live, the organisers of Total Workplace Management (TWM) exhibition are organising an Award scheme for workplaces in London in addition to the Working Buildings Innovation Awards for exhibitors at TWM in October.

London Workplace of the Year is open to all London businesses and not just exhibitors at Total Workplace Management

 Do you have the best workplace in London?

 Do you think you have what it takes to win London Workplace of the Year 2009?

 Have you implemented innovative lighting, creative ways of reducing waste, or introduced ergonomically designed workstations?

In fact if you have done anything innovative or new with your office or workplace, CMPi, organisers of Total Workplace Management want to hear about it.

Simply submit 500 words about why you think your office deserves to be named London Workplace of the Year 2009, along with 2 images and 3 testimonials from colleagues who use your office. (see entry details below)

The judges will be conducting site visits of the shortlisted entries to see your office in action. The site visits will take place during the week commencing Monday 14th September. Entries are only open to London-based workplaces. More details and the entry form can be found on

http://www.working-buildings.com/wbw09/awards.html

The judges of the London Workplace of the Year award will be looking for;

• Measurable improvements in reducing resource consumption and the use of sustainable materials

• Achievements in reducing carbon emissions by promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy

• New and innovative ways of improving corporate sustainability in business activity and products

The Working Buildings Innovation Awards

The Working Buildings Innovation Awards in association with PFM magazine, offers exhibiting companies the chance to celebrate innovation and business excellence in the effective and efficient management of a working building. See the list of categories below. All categories are FREE to enter and to reduce our carbon footprint, this year only online entries will be accepted. Please do not send any hard copy supporting materials.   Simply submit 500 words about why you think you deserve to win, along with 2 images. Please note that the maximum upload capacity is 2MB.The deadline for entries to the awards which recognise exception products or services launched to the UK market within the last 12 months is Friday 4th September and the juding will be performed by a panel of industry judges. More details and the entry form can be found on

http://www.working-buildings.com/wbw09/awards.html

The winners presentation in all categories will take place during the lunctime on the first day of TWM on Wednesday 7th October.

The Working Buildings Week Innovation Awards categories are:

Best innovation in green products or services

With the increasing pressure on organisations to ensure that their working pratices are as sustainable as possible, the judging panel will be looking at products and services that have a significant effect on the environmental impact of a working building and/or the operation of an organisation.

Best innovation in energy management

Over recent years numerous pieces of legislation have put energy consumption / management top of the boardroom agenda. Entrants should outline how an innovative product or service has been introduced to the market which results in improved energy management.

Best innovation in FM services,

This category is open to any company that provides an innovative service that noticeably improves the workplace. Applicants should provide evidence of the benefits the service provides to the workplace, the workforce and ultimately the business. Judges will in particular be looking at significant approaches to sustainability and partnership with clients.

Best innovation in building services

Open to all exhibitors that have introduced an innovative product or service to the building services market within the last 12 months. Entries should clearly display how their product provides a practical and sustainable solution for a building services issue.

Best product innovation

This category is open to any exhibitor that provides an innovative product that noticeably improves the workplace. Companies should detail the benefits the service provides to the workplace, the workforce and ultimately the business.

Best innovation in health & safety

Open to all exhibitors, candidates should clearly illustrate how a product or service that has been introduced to the market within the last 12 months has assisted those responsible for the health and safety of staff within a workplace to deliver a safer working environment.











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