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Entry deadline extended for H&V News Awards

Following feedback from you we have extended the entry deadline to January 10, giving you a bit more time to pick the perfect category and finalise your entry.

This is the 20th Anniversary of the H&V News Awards, and it promises to be bigger and better than ever.

You need to be shouting about all you have achieved over the last year and showing your peers and clients that you are an award winning business.

To allow you to make the most of this opportunity we have extended the deadline to January 10 2014, giving you three more weeks to write and submit your entry - what should you be recognised for?

The H&V News awards recognise all areas of Building Services and the judging by an interview panel of industry experts means they are the most robust and respected in the industry. This means that being shortlisted or even winning will help you:

1.     Win new business by proving to your clients you are the best

2.     Boost employee morale by shouting about the work they have achieved

3.     Raise your company profile via PR and marketing

4.     Give existing clients another reason to keep their business with you

Get in front of our judging panel who can offer essential advice, constructive feedback, collaboration and even new business opportunities.

Can you afford to not be recognised at the biggest event in building services? Start work on your entry now and ensure you have your entry in by January 10.

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