The Laboratory Awards is now fully established as a key date in the laboratory profession calendar. The aim is to recognise and reward the fantastic work being carried out by laboratories throughout the UK, and celebrate as an industry.
This year’s glittering awards evening will take place on Friday 18 November, at a new venue – the Royal Garden Hotel, in Kensington, London.
Time to enter
If you’re looking to improve your relationship with your clients, boost moral within your team, or simply reward your hard work, it makes perfect sense to enter the Laboratory Awards 2016. With the final entry deadline looming now is the time to act. Contact the awards team at FMC now or visit the brand new awards website at www.laboratoryawards.com to register your entry and select the categories you’d like to enter.
Also available online is a entry guide – get all the information you need in one handy downloadable PDF. If you need some extra information, give the friendly awards team a call on 01923 851779.
Entries are charged at £50 + VAT per category.
Also on the website is a full list of the entry criteria for the various award categories. Careful planning here enhances your chance of success when entering the awards.
Also on the new website are a photo gallery of last year’s winners and the awards evening, as well as a video showing the event in full swing, and interviews with the winners on what taking home one of the prestigious prizes means to them.
Winning an award can do wonders for your business – and this year there will be an extra bonus as the Laboratory Award winners for 2016 will be featured in award-winning Dentistry magazine, reaching an audience of 20,596 dental professionals. Deadline for final entries is 6 September.
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- Best Digital Laboratory
- Best Laboratory Website
- Best Prosthetic Laboratory
- Best Orthodontic Laboratory
- Best Implant Laboratory
- Best Dental Laboratory
- Best Team
- Best Private Laboratory
- Most Innovative Laboratory
- Best Crown and Bridge Laboratory