What are you doing at the CEW Awards?

Have you entered the awards? Have you bought your table yet? Have you considered becoming a CEW Awards sponsor? It is the biggest night of the year – now’s the time to plan how you will be involved.

14th March 2016

Have you entered the awards? Have you bought your table yet? Have you considered becoming a CEW Awards sponsor? It is the biggest night of the year – now’s the time to plan how you will be involved.

Leap year day was the final day for entries to the CEW Awards and, thanks to some great shout outs on BBC Radio 2 by Sara Cox and support from Jason Mohammad in Wales on his morning show, we have received over 100 completed forms – including a big spike on the actual Monday, 29th February.

So, a few weeks on and the hard work begins for the judges is already underway – wading through hundreds of forms. They will go through the award entries, putting together ‘long-lists’ and then receiving presentations from entrants in May and at that point we will prepare a short list in anticipation of the big night itself.

The CEW Awards 2016 are being held on Friday 15th July at the Celtic Manor Resort and are all set to be the biggest night of the Welsh construction year. The evening is always a great celebration of best practice and Welsh talent – but it cannot happen without the support of our sponsors and the participation of delegates and the award entrants.

So, now the entry deadline has passed it is time to consider the opportunity of being a sponsor at the CEW Awards dinner itself. There are a range of options available – all of which give you and your organisation the chance to showcase your own projects, services and promote your own people. You can have exhibition space, banners, support specific awards or talk to us about a bespoke package just for you.

The CEW Awards dinner is the biggest night of the year for construction in Wales – if you want to be noticed, or you want to remind stakeholders what your organisation does for the industry in Wales then talk to Sue Selkirk about becoming a CEW Awards 2016 sponsor.