nasen Awards 2019 update!

News - 06 Aug 2019

nasen Awards 2019 shortlists will be announced 16th September!

We have been overwhelmed by the amount of entries to this years nasen Awards and would like to thank everyone who submitted a nomination. We are delighted to announce that all nominations have been sent to the judges ready to select the shortlisted entries, they truly have their work cut out this year!

The nasen award shortlists will be announced on the 16th September, those shortlisted will be invited to attend the black-tie event on Friday 18th October at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel in London, where they can enjoy dinner, drinks and a celebrity host!

We wish all the nominations the best of luck! Find out more information about the awards and see the 2018 winners here.

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