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British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) 2015

The seventh British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) will be held on 29th October 2015 at The Hurlingham Club, London.

The Awards are open to all companies with an engineering design function and aim to demonstrate and promote the quality of engineering design within the UK.

The judging standards are rigorous and the winners will be justifiably proud with their achievement. The winners will be businesses that have recognised that creativity and design innovation are the critical elements of continually improving and reinvigorating themselves to stay ahead of the competition.

This is an opportunity for your company to raise its profile among the UK's design engineering community and set yourselves apart from your competitors.

There are three steps to victory:

1. Visit www.beeas.co.uk

2. Select your category

3. Complete the online entry form

You have until 24th July 2015 to enter. For more information, please visit www.beeas.co.uk

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