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DIY Week Awards: Entry has never been simpler

Published: 13 October 2017 - Fiona Garcia
 

With a new-look website and exciting new categories, it has never been easier to enter the DIY Week Awards.

As well as revamping our categories to reflect the changing home improvement and garden retail sector, we have simplified the entry process to make it even more accessible to the busy suppliers and retailers in our industry.

There are no forms to download or pages to print off (and then re-print when you misplace the first set); everything is done online and has been designed to be as straightforward as possible.

Excellence and innovation deserves to be rewarded and we all know how important it is to have your hard work and successes recognised but we also know you need to get back to being busy at doing what you do best.

Amongst the new supplier categories this year are Digital Investment of the Year and Retailer Support Initiative, while new additions for retailers include Website or Digital Initiative of the Year and Team of the Year, which recognises the people that are integral to the success of the business and the customer experience.

For more information on our categories and information on how to enter, please visit www.diyweekawards.co.uk

This could be your year to secure a DIY Week Award for your business. Don’t miss your chance to shine and join the DIY Week Awards roll of honour.

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