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Lusso sponsors Women in the City Awards

04 August 2011

Lusso, a leading niche caterer in the City, is sponsoring the Facilities Management category of the Women in the City Awards 2011. Launched in 2007 the awards recognise senior level women working in London’s business hubs, who, in addition to fulfilling a demanding role, are actively encouraging the progress of women.

Paul Hurren, managing director of Lusso

The Facilities Management category is open to women responsible for a wide range of out-sourced services including catering, cleaning, landscaping, pest control, reception & telephony, security, waste & environmental management, front-of-house services, event management, building management and maintenance.

Applicants will compete first to win their Category Award, with the winners of all seven Category Awards going head-to-head for the coveted Woman of Achievement Award which will be announced at the Women in the City Annual Celebration Lunch on 25 November.
Paul Hurren, managing director of Lusso, said: “This is our second year sponsoring the FM category. As caterers, we have the pleasure of working with many dynamic FM people within the City and we see this as a fantastic opportunity to highlight this essential role which rarely gets the attention it deserves.”

On-line nominations open via from 27 July and the closing date for the application forms is 23 September.

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