Now in their 16th year, the APMP UK Awards celebrate and promote the finest achievements within the Bid and Proposal Management Profession.
Each year, we are blown away by the standard of entries which demonstrate a remarkable level of quality and excellence amongst the organisations, teams and individuals who apply.
This is your opportunity to nominate people or companies you feel are deserving of being recognised as outstanding in the bids and proposal industry. The winners will be announced and presented at the Annual Awards Dinner hosted at the APMP UK Annual Conference at the Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 on 9th October 2018.
People wishing to make an award nomination must follow the guidelines provided. Evaluation of nominations will be undertaken in confidence by the Awards Judging Committee chaired by the APMP UK Chapter Chair.
The Awards Team looks forward to showcasing your achievements at our prestigious Black-Tie Awards Dinner on 9th October!
(Individual or team) – working on a specific live deal (within the last 2 years), to recognise outstanding achievement in a vendor organisation. (i.e. – not a consulting or software/methodology company)
(Individual) – to recognise a new recruit to the profession within the past 18 months who has made a significant contribution or impact to their organisation.
(individual, team or organisation) – to recognise an individual’s, team’s or organisation’s implementation of knowledge management, that has resulted in more-efficient and effective bid or proposal submissions.
(individual, organisation or proposal centre) – to recognise those that do great things through new ways of making a positive impact to successful bid and proposal management.
(Organisation) – to recognise an organisation that has furthered the capability and/or impact of their staff in their bid/proposal function, as well as others involved in proposal development (e.g. sales, content contributors, senior execs) to the success of the business.
(Individual) – to recognise an individual’s ability to write in a bid and proposal context.