View highlights from FDF Awards Ceremony 2014 on YouTube

The award ceremony is attended by 400+ guests and is an excellent way
to reach the food and drink supply chain and industry VIPs.

For more information email
[email protected] or call 020 7420 7154



Food and Drink Federation Awards – Be the Best!

Does your company get noticed as the best in its field? Have you got an exceptional colleague deserving the limelight?

It’s time to enter the Food and Drink Federation Awards 2015!

Entries are now open so don’t miss the chance to show your customers and competitors that you are
the best!

This prestigious award scheme is run by the industry, for the industry and
judged by a panel of independent industry experts. You do not have to be an FDF
member to enter and we are always delighted to see entries from new and growing
companies.

Entry for the awards is free and can be done online or via downloadable Word document. The awards are open to companies and
individuals right across the food and drink supply chain from primary producers
and
growers, manufacturers, retailers, food service, distributors and wholesale and
hospitality. We also welcome entries from those working closely with our
industry
such as research, equipment manufacturers, local authorities, health
professionals, schools and PR agencies.

We have two new exciting categories this year, Campaign of the Year and an individual category for the person who has done most to promote UK food and drink exports.

The closing date is 6pm on 27 February 2015. Nominees will be invited to join us for an exciting evening awards ceremony
during the autumn.

Read about the 2014 winners

Tips for a successful awards entry

Please complete the form fully. The judges only have the contents of the form on
which to base their decision. Even if your project has already won awards they
make their decisions on the form alone.

Provide evidence to support your claims – measureable outcomes give judges good
information on which to assess your entry. If it is too soon to valuate, show
how you have arrived at your projection.

Make your supporting evidence count. Supporting evidence can add to an entry but
too much of the same thing eg lots of photos of the same event can detract.

Stick to the word counts where indicated.

Don’t be put off by other entrants. Small businesses can be deterred from
competing against the big companies, however when small firms enter, they have
a
really great track record of success
Make your form tell a clear story. You don’t need to employ a professional bid
writer or marketer to do the job but make sure the author has a good knowledge
of
the project or individual.

If completing online, make sure you click the submit button when you have
finished the form And don’t forget to check back on the FDF website regularly
for
awards updates.


Last reviewed: 18 Nov 2014