Retailers and suppliers: you have two weeks to be in with a chance of winning a Housewares Innovation Award.
If you believe that you supply one of the best housewares products around, or that your store is one of the most proactive and innovative in the industry, then don’t miss out on this opportunity to prove it!
Organised by www.HousewaresLive.net and Housewares Magazine, the Housewares Product Innovation Awards celebrate the most exceptional housewares products launched in the past 12 months.
The categories are: Cookware and Bakeware, Small Electricals, Food Preparation, Kitchenware, and Tabletop.
The Housewares Retail Innovation Awards commemorate retail businesses that go the extra mile in supporting, educating and communicating with their customers.
The categories are: Britain’s Best Cookshop, Best Independent Store/s, Best Multiple, Best Retail Website and Rising Star (for businesses launched since January 2011).
A host of prominent names have been lined up to assess the product and retailer entries. Their job is to decide which entrants will be worthy of taking home a Housewares Innovative Award trophy, with all the kudos and publicity that that brings with it.
Product judges include TV chef Malcolm Harradine, Good Housekeeping Institute head of testing Trisha Schofield, ‘Great British Food Magazine’ editor Natasha Lovell-Smith and ‘House Beautiful’ editor Julia Goodwin,
Retailer judges are: Sue Chuter of Kitchen Sync, Chris Lynn-Thomas of Kooks Unlimited, Gary & Caroline Gordon of Kitchen Kapers, Natalie McVeigh of I.O.Shen and Ruth Cutter of ICTC.
For all the information you need to be in with a chance of winning an award, and to download an entry form, please go to the dedicated website www.housewaresconference.net.
Any queries, please contact sales manager Laurie Marrington on 01622 699103 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winners will be announced during the Housewares Conference & Innovation Awards event which takes place on Wednesday March 26 at Wokefield Park in Reading.
The awards ceremony will be hosted by TV chef Malcolm Harradine, and the awards will be presented by Ben Ebbrell and Barry Taylor, founders and directors of SORTED, the UK’s largest social media cooking channel.
The entry deadline is December 13. We look forward to receiving your entries very soon!