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PFM Awards 2019 categories launched

23 January 2019

Those wishing to enter the PFM Partnership Awards this year can now access all the relevant information at

This means that those submitting entries have approximately four months to do so, with the deadline for Partnership entries once again coinciding with World FM Day, which is on 15 May this year.

Entries for the Account Director of the Year, Young Leader of the Year and the Peter Middup Lifetime Achievement in FM categories will have later deadlines.

More information will be available on these in the near future, with all updates included on

PFM is happy to confirm that there is no charge for entering the awards.

Following the launch of this year's PFM Awards Partnership categories, the PFM team will now begin liaising with industry contacts with the aim of confirming this year's independent panel of judges.

The judging process will once again involve teams of judges visiting the sites of all the Partnership categories' finalists to interview the service provider and client.

Once these visits have been completed by the end of September, the judging team will gather in early October to discuss which are the most deserving winners.

This year's PFM Awards presentation ceremony will be held on 6 November at London's The Brewery.

All instructions, forms and relevant information are included on and those with further questions are invited to email PFM editor Dennis Flower at

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