Insider Made In The North West Awards 2016
It’s that time of the year again and entry to the Made in the North West Awards 2016 is open. Now in their 4th year the awards have gone from strength to strength and showcase the success of British manufacturing in the North West.
As usual the winners of this year’s Made in the North West Awards will go through to the final on the 17th June 2016 where the best of British manufacturing will be celebrated.
The awards are spread over 10 categories this year with some new awards for ‘Education in partnership with business’ and ‘Manufacturing Ambassador’.
The 2015 awards saw a number of our customers being shortlisted along with some category winners. You can take a closer look at the Made in the North West Awards 2015 results here.
With the Made in the North West Awards taking place at Bolton’s Macron Stadium on the evening of Thursday 5th May, you have until Monday 7th March to nominate your business.
Below are the categories that you can put your company (or yourself) forward for, in as many categories as you feel are relevant. You can click on the category title to view the criteria and download the nomination form-
This award is for the company deemed by the judges to have used technology or technical processes to solve a problem or add value to customers.
The Award is for the company deemed by the judges to be the most prolific exporter, in terms of both international presence and percentage of total sales of products in the North West Region.
For the food or drink company in the North West that the judges deem has had the biggest impact during the period May 2015 – April 2016.
This award is for the pharmaceutical, biomedical, biotechnology, health product or medical devices company in the North West that the judges deem has had the biggest impact.
The Apprenticeship Award is a new category which will recognise the manufacturing business that has done most to further the cause of apprenticeships in the North West.
This award is for the company that has made an outstanding contribution to the North West manufacturing sector.
This award is for companies that have innovated in either product design, process or approach.
For the company deemed by the judges to have made the greatest commitment minimising waste and pollution via product and process design either for your company or others.
This award recognises the special relationship that can leads to: practical research; product development; improved efficiency; innovation and staff development.
This award is for an individual who has banged the drum hardest for the North West manufacturing sector both nationally and internationally.
Good luck from Frontline for all those who are putting their business forward and helping showcase British manufacturing.