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DIY Week Awards: Call for entries

Published: 30 November 2018 - Fiona Garcia
 

Entry to the 2019 DIY Week Awards is open to retailers and suppliers from across the home improvement and garden sector - don’t miss your chance to put a spotlight on your business, products or people.

Earlier this month we revealed that the 2019 DIY Week Awards will take place at the Tower Hotel, London on Friday, May 10. As well as being a key networking opportunity, the event gives you the platform to showcase your brand to key individuals in the market, as well as the potential for your retail business, product or campaign to be heralded as the best in class across the industry.

The awards celebrate innovation and best practise and want to recognise the businesses that keep the market moving and growing, despite a tough climate.

Whether it is top-class customer service, inspiring retail environments, exciting new products, or creative marketing initiatives, there is plenty to highlight – not mention those retailers making a difference by reducing their carbon footprint.

With categories like, Digital Innovation, Retailer Support Initiative, Business Expansion, DIY product of the Year, and the popular Retailer of the Year, the DIY Week Awards covers all angles when it comes to the exciting developments taking place within our sector. And, entry has never been simpler. We appreciate it is a busy time, so we have made it so you can save your entry as you go, meaning you don't need to find time to siit and do it all in one setting.

If you’re still left wondering about entering your business, team, product or initiative, take a look at www.diyweekawards.co.uk to see comments from just a few of our 2018 winners about what winning a DIY Week Award in May has done for their business.

Just think of the doors that could be opened to you by being shortlisted and being recognised as one of the best. In an increasingly competitive market, now is not the time to be shy and keep your achievements to yourself.

For more information and to enter, visit www.diyweekawards.co.uk/enter/

For queries about retailer entries, contact Fiona Garcia fgarcia@datateam.co.uk or Kiran Grewal kgrewal@datateam.co.uk. For queries about suppleir entries, please contact Sallie Payne spayne@datateam.co.uk

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