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Entries now open for the DIY Week Awards 2021

Published: 24 February 2021 - Neil Mead

The DIY Week Awards – a leading scheme for the recognition of excellence from across the DIY, home improvement and garden sectors, organised by DIY Week publisher Datateam Business Media – is back for 2021!

 

Since 2011, the scheme has been honouring forward-thinking companies, innovative products and inspirational people. Over the course of its tenure, a DIY Week Award has come to represent a distinguished seal of industry approval and the ceremony itself is a key date on the calendar of every industry professional.

The DIY Week Awards has evolved year on year to ensure that it is representative of the varied and vibrant industry that it serves, with the categories being expertly curated to reflect all corners of the sector.

With 2021 marking the DIY Week Awards’ ten year anniversary, the event is set to be bigger and better than ever before – so there’s never been a better time than now to get involved!

How it works...

  • Suppliers are invited to submit their innovative products or cases for any of the categories via the simple online form.
  • The online entry form allows you to save progress. To do so, first register for an account and then log in to continue with the application or complete at a later date.
  • Each separate entry in a supplier category costs £110 +VAT, which can be paid via the online form.
  • Retailers are invited to enter their business into any relevant category via the simple online form, free-of-charge.
  • The online entry form allows you to save progress. To do so, first register for an account and then log in to continue with the application or complete at a later date.

Subject to meeting the necessary criteria, each entry will proceed to the decision-making stage.

  • Two independent panels of specially selected industry experts will serve as the DIY Week Awards judges, with each panel being responsible for judging either the retailer or supplier entries. 
  • The judges will be tasked with reviewing each entry and application, in line with a strict set of criteria, to determine a shortlist and ultimately a winner in each category. 
  • The shortlists determined by the judges will be announced in May 2021.

With the shortlists announced, all sights will be set on the winners reveal.

  • The DIY Week Awards 2021 winners will be announced in June, 2021.
  • Full details of the winners reveal will be announced shortly.

For more details and to enter the awards, visit www.diyweekawards.co.uk

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