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HVR Awards 2020: Entry deadline extended

Companies and individuals from across the heating and ventilating sector now have until Friday, July 24 to put themselves in the running to win a prestigious accolade at the 2020 HVR Awards.

Organiser Datateam Business Media recognises that, given current circumstances, many businesses will not have had the opportunity to gather the relevant information to complete and submit their applications.

This extension to the deadline aims to enable outstanding products, companies and professionals to be put forward for consideration, at a time when it is arguably more important than ever to recognise the hard work and contributions of everyone in the sector.

Submitting an application for the HVR Awards is quick, easy & free

There are a variety of accolades up for grabs at the HVR Awards 2020. Whether you manufacture innovative air conditioning or ventilation products, demonstrate a significant commitment to the future through your sustainable ethos or provide outstanding customer service within the HVACR sector – there is an award designed to recognise what you do best.

To put yourself in the running, simply check out the array of trophies up for grabs and find your opportunity to shine, put together a short statement to explain why you deserve to win and gather any documents that support your application and submit it using the quick and easy online form available on the HVR Awards website.

Entries will close at 12pm on Friday, July 24.

For more information about the HVR Awards, visit

25 June 2020


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