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National GO Awards 2015/16: Secure your places now!

Monday February 2nd, 2015

Please note that bookings for the event close at 5pm on Thursday 12 February.

There are now just over three weeks to go until the National GO Awards 2015/16 ceremony, which takes place at The Midland Hotel in Manchester on Thursday 26 February. With the finalists now revealed and all set to battle it out for those prestigious Winners and Highly Commended awards, time is running out for you to join key procurement figures on one of the most important dates in the UK procurement calendar. National GO Awards

We’re delighted to announce that all those who secure their place at the National GO Awards ceremony will receive complimentary entry into Procurex North Live 2015, taking place earlier in the day at Manchester Central, where you will automatically be registered as a delegate once your booking is confirmed. Finalists will also receive complimentary lunch and refreshments, in addition to being presented with their framed finalist’s certificate at the Finalists’ Presentation Ceremony, which includes a complimentary drinks reception.

Hosted by BBC presenter Beccy Meehan, the National GO Awards recognise those organisations which are making a real difference within procurement in the UK.

Taking place on the evening of Procurex North Live, these are our biggest awards yet with entries from many of the UK’s most high-profile organisations. Whether you work in the public, private or third sectors, the National GO Awards ceremony is the networking event of the year.

The glittering, black-tie event kicks off at 6.30pm with a pre-dinner drinks reception and finishes at 11.15pm, when those in attendance are invited to stay on and continue their night of networking.

To view the packages for this year’s awards, please click here.

To view this year’s Evening Programme, click here.

Click here to view this year’s National GO Awards finalists.

To see images from last year’s ceremony, please click here.

Book your place now as places are strictly first come, first served.

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