There's hundreds of reasons to enter our awards - find out what motivated previous winners and hear from them about the benefits of winning an award.
We asked previous Awards winners to share with you why they think you should enter. Find out their reasons and get an exclusive insight into what winning an award could mean for your business in our latest video clips...
Vishal Bains, EEF Future Manufacturing Awards winner of The Midlands Outstanding Achievement by a Key Stage 4 Engineering Student Award and National winner of the Exemplar Young Engineering Apprentice Award attended Chellaston Academy and undertook work placement at Rolls-Royce. Here he talks about his achievements and offers his top tips for young engineering students considering entering this year's awards.
In 2011, Pullman Rail Ltd were the South West Winner of the Skills Award at the EEF Future Manufacturing Awards.
Sarah Clark, HR Director, talks about why entering the Awards has made a difference and gives some handy advice on entering.
Vale Europe Limited were also regional winners of The Future Manufacturing Awards, winning the Environmental Efficiency Award.
Chris Thomson, Environment, Health and Safety Manager, speaks on the benefits from winning an award and gives advice on entering.
GE Aviation are previous regional winners of the Business Growth Award. Rhys Williams, Government & Business Relations Leader at GE Aviation, talks about the benefits of winning and offers advice to those planning on entering.
Need more convincing?
Our awards team have compiled the top 5 reasons for entering based on feedback from previous winners:
1. Boost employee motivation, show them you’re proud and focus them on even greater success
2. Enhance your employer profile and attract the best talent to your team. Winning an award is a mark of merit for both the business and the individuals involved
3. Raise awareness of your company and benefit from great PR that builds your reputation and delivers new business opportunities
4. Gain recognition from the other parts of your business and get noticed by your Board
5. Prove your credentials and show how you’re focused on your future