GGF signs up for G15 awards

The GGF is pleased to announce that it will once again be sponsoring the G15 awards. The G15 Awards will be the 12th annual Award celebration for the glass and glazing industry and the GGF looks forward to GGF Members entering and attending what has become one of the highlights of the industry’s calendar.   The G15 Awards fully represent all aspects of the industry and later in the Spring will open for submissions from all companies regardless of status or size.

The G15 Awards are judged by an independent panel consisting of a range of industry experience and knowledge, ensuring the Awards stand up to the highest level of scrutiny and integrity.

Nigel Rees, GGF Group Chief Executive commented, “It’s important for the GGF to be involved in G15 and we are delighted to be one of the sponsors for the industry’s main awards for the 12th consecutive year. Last year, 19 GGF Member Companies were finalists which clearly shows how our Members embrace this unique competition and event.”

Tony Higgin, G-Awards Organiser added, “I am pleased the GGF is continuing to support the G Awards. Over the years, their sponsorship, joint promotion and technical input towards the judging has helped the Awards become a great success. I look forward to working with the GGF on this year’s awards which promises to be better and bigger than ever.”

The G15 Awards Presentation & Gala Dinner, a black-tie event, is a major highlight in the industry calendar, and will take place on Friday 27 November at the Hilton on Park Lane Hotel, Park Lane, London. Entry details will be released later this Spring.

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Date: 5 February 2015

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