Year-round benefits announced for production businesses entering the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019

Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the year-round benefits to commercial growers of ornamental, fruit or salad crops of entering the leading business awards scheme for 2019 supporting and broadcasting business excellence across all areas of the horticulture industry.

Our goal with the prestigious Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019  is to honour the achievements of businesses operating in production, retail, landscape and more - and to ensure those achievements are recognised by the industry’s customers, clients and stakeholders.

Winning a national Horticulture Week Business Award will provide production businesses with year-long benefits including:

  • Multiple opportunities throughout the year to share your achievements on Horticulture Week’s print and digital platforms, enabling you to highlight your achievements to a 100,000-strong monthly audience.  This includes editorial on your achievements immediately after the awards presentation, an editorial follow up profile 6 months on and inclusion in social media campaigns
  • A permanent place in Horticulture Week’s online Business Leaders Gallery, ensuring lasting recognition for your achievements.
  • An exclusive opportunity to participate in Horticulture Week Business Leaders’ Round Tables throughout the year. 
  • The opportunity to take part in the leading national awards event for the UK horticulture industry, where you will benefit from networking with the leading businesses in the industry. 

The Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019  offer a powerful selling point for your business, helping you to market to potential customers as best in class, and industry recognition for your teams, providing you with a powerful staff-motivational tool.

Winners will be announced on the 27th June 2019 when the presentation of the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019 returns to the fabulous London Marriott Grosvenor Square for the biggest pan-industry gathering and celebration of the best of the UK horticulture industry.

Categories open to entry from production businesses include: 

Production Business Categories

  • Nursery Stock Grower of the Year
  • Protected Ornamentals Grower of the Year
  • Best Ornamental Plant Introduction
  • Top Fruit Grower of the Year
  • Soft Fruit Grower of the Year
  • Salad Grower of the Year
  • Best New Edible Crop Variety
  • Best Sales or Marketing Campaign

General Business Categories 

  • High Growth Business of the Year
  • Employer of the Year
  • New Business of the Year
  • HW Most Admired Business Leader Award
  • Consultant of the Year
  • Business Innovation of the Year
  • New Generation Award

The Entry Deadline for the Awards schemes is 28th February 2019. 

Category Criteria & How to Enter

For full details of categories and how to enter, please go to: www.hwbusinessawards.com

General enquiries

For general enquiries about the awards, help and advice, please contact awards event manager Kate Collins at: Kate.Collins@haymarket.com or 0208 267 8188.

For advice on category selection, please contact HW editor Kate Lowe at: kate.lowe@haymarket.com

Our partners

Horticulture Week is delighted once again to have the support of ICL and Sinclair as our sponsor partners for the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019.  We are also delighted to welcome on board Perennial, returning as our awards charity partner. 

Become a Horticulture Week Awards Sponsor

The Horticulture Week Business Awards offers businesses multiple opportunities to engage with the professionals most important to them — not just on the day of the event but throughout the year. To discuss the opportunities please contact sales manager Roisin Kennedy on: roisin.kennedy@haymarket.com or 0208 267 4953. 

 


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