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DIY Week Awards 2019: Last chance to enter

Published: 14 January 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

The deadline for entries to the 2019 DIY Week Awards is fast approaching, with supplier and retailer submissions to be completed online by the end of Friday, January 18.

With just days left, don’t miss your chance to be in the running for a DIY Week Award and the chance to shine a spotlight on your product, initiative, business or team.

As well as gaining recognition for innovation and hard work, being shortlisted for and, ultimately winning, a DIY Week Award can open doors and create huge opportunities for your business. Whether it gets your brand noticed, steps up footfall to your retail shop or online store, earns you new contracts, or establishes your product as best in class, the DIY Week Awards is the perfect platform to showcase your company and achievements.

Just look at some of the testimonials from our past winners at www.diyweekawards.co.uk and think about what winning a DIY Week Award could do for.

For us, the awards are about celebrating innovation and best practise across our sector. We love hearing about fantastic retailers getting creative to drive sales or offering stand-out customer service, as well as those who are expanding their businesses or embracing new technology to meet changing consumer expectations. We also know the value of celebrating the people behind these businesses; those who help make them a success and who help keep our sector moving forward, so why not put your team forward for an accolade.

It’s not too late to join the race and be in with a chance of winning. There are a host of categories to consider that span the breadth of our diverse industry and highlight the incredible achievements retailers and suppliers have made, from inspired marketing initiatives, to making operations more environmentally friendly. 

Retailer categories include:

For suppliers, the categories to consider are:

Visit www.diyweekawards.co.uk/ how-it-works/ for more information and to enter.

If you have any queries regarding entry, contact Fiona Garcia fgarcia@datateam.co.uk

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