Anticipation grows after MiM award winners are selected

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The winners of the upcoming Made in the Midlands awards have been decided after directors, sponsors and patrons met for the awards panel lunch at the Hotel Du Vin in Birmingham.

The decisions were made after the judging panel thoroughly examined the applications from different member companies over the course of three hours.

The panel awarded each company a score ranging from 0-10 depending on the quality of the respective companies application. This process proved extremely difficult due to the high standard and volume of company applications.

Made in the Midlands CEO, Jason Pitt said: “Made in the Midlands received the highest number of applications this year, as more than 40 companies entered their business to our awards. The fact so many companies are diversifying, innovating and growing is a good sign for their memberships.”

The MiM council chairman Chris Greenough imparted his knowledge to help non-manufacturing patrons or sponsors to understand the achievements that businesses have made and what defines innovation in manufacturing.

The awards will also provide companies with an excellent opportunity to network with other businesses in the local area, whilst showcasing their successful representation of manufacturing in the Midlands.

The MiM awards are being held on the 29th October at the IET Birmingham and tickets can be found at this link: www.madeinthemidlands.com/events/mimawards