5 Reasons to Attend
The Food Manufacture Excellence Awards are the food and drink industry's standout event. Each and every year, the event welcomes hundreds of like-minded professionals for an evening of food, drink, awards and celebration.
The night itself is always filled to the brim with excitement and is an unrivalled opportunity to get yourself in the room to network with the finest food and drink manufacturers in the country. It provides attendees with a totally unique chance to network and talk tactics over a drink (or two!) with fellow food & drink industry peers.
We've listed our top 5 reasons to come along to the event below. Scroll down and see why you should attend the ultimate celebration of the UK's food and drink manufacturing industry!
1. Keep up to date with trends
Coming along to the event gives you a front row seat to see the latest and greatest companies in the industry being rewarded for their efforts and achievements over the last year. Use it to find out what's trending and apply those learnings to your own company to optimise your business for the rest of the year!
2. Connect with key industry influencers
This event is the biggest gathering of food and drink manufacturers in the country, with all varieties of people from within the industry in attendance. This provides you with a great opportunity to get involved with some of the leading lights of the industry up close and personal!
3. Reward and motivate your teams and customers
What better way is there to motivate your hard-working team than a ticket to the biggest party in the industry? The awards night gives you the perfect excuse to say thank you to your staff and gives them a great team-building night out. You could even invite your customers along with you to build your business relationship.
4. Raise your company's profile
Being in the room with the brightest stars in the business gives your brand exposure in front of your industry peers and the press. Use this to give your brand extra merit and recognition & promote your businesses top quality to any potential customers.
5. Celebrate partnership success
Ultimately, the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards are all about celebrating the biggest and best achievements from over the last year, and having a great time! Come along this year, bring the most important people to your business with you, be it shareholders, staff, suppliers, or customers, and have a magical night of celebration and entertainment.
Interested in attending?
Tickets are now on sale for the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards 2024, which will be taking place on Thursday 8 February 2024. If you'd like to come along this year, you can view more information on tickets by clicking the button below.
What our customers say...
We are incredibly proud to have been recognised as winners in three categories at this year’s Food Manufacture awards, especially taking home the coveted ‘Company of the Year’ title. This has only been achieved through the incredible efforts of our colleagues, and I would like to thank them for their support and commitment which has enabled us to continue to deliver outstanding service to our customers.
I’m really proud that together, all our hard work has been recognised by this award, which was delivered through focusing on developing people, who are our major asset.
To win two awards at such a high-profile industry event was amazing. There were some top companies there as finalists, so we were proud just to be taking part; really gratifying, and testament to all the hard work put in by the whole Simply Doughnuts team.
We are delighted to be the headline sponsor for the 2022 Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards. In the wake of a supremely challenging year, food manufacturers have adapted their processes and procedures to continue providing goods to customers.
We are very proud to be sponsoring Food Manufacture Excellence Awards 2022. Reward and recognition are key parts of continuous improvement, and it is our honour to be able to support the 2022 Food Excellence awards, just as we have in the past, so that those who have excelled in the UK’s largest manufacturing sector get appropriate recognition.