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Profiles of PFM Awards judges now live online

24 April 2019

Entrants to the PFM Awards 2019 can now see pictures and profiles of this year's judges confirmed for both the Partnership and Account Director categories.

These have been published on the dedicated website and can be viewed by clicking on the Judging tab and scrolling down to the relevant sections.

Those submitting their entries for the Partnership categories - the deadline for which is 15 May - can now see the individuals which will be divided into teams of two when the list of finalists have been confirmed in June.

Following the publication of the 2019 shortlist, the details of the finalists will be sent to the judges for them to make appointments to visit the relevant sites and interview the service provider and client to asses the strength and depth of each partnership.

The deadline for this year's Account Director of the Year category is 15 July, after which the entries will be assessed to determine the shortlist.

Those selected as finalists will then be invited to attend the final judging session, which will be in central London, where they will present to the judging panel and answer questions.

Queries concerning entries to the PFM Awards 2019 should be emailed to PFM editor Dennis Flower:

The deadline for those submitting entries within the Young Leader of the Year category will also have a deadline of 15 July and will be judged by a team from the Emerging Workplace Leaders (formerly the Young Manager's Forum).

Those wishing to attend the night of celebration on 6 November at London's The Brewery can do so by emailing or calling 01732 359990.

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