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Time is of the essence for Fleet News Awards entries

We’re approaching the last couple of weeks of the Fleet News Awards entry period so time is of the essence for you to get your entries in.

We changed the process a little this year to make it easier for fleets to enter by requesting an initial 750 words on why you should be selected as a finalist. The best ones would then go forward to the next stage, which required the full entry form to be completed.

We’ve had a fair amount of interest, but I’m looking for more companies to enter across the fleet categories. You will now have to go straight to the full entry form, but it isn’t as taxing or time-consuming as you might think.

Many of you are doing some excellent work on improving safety, addressing environmental concerns, introducing cost-saving measures or just generally improving efficiencies and your operational effectiveness.

Although everyone is experiencing a period of uncertainty, there is still plenty of innovation and new initiatives on show.

I would urge you to consider entering. There’s a range of categories – something to suit almost everyone.

Simply being a finalist can have massive benefits to you, to your teams and to your business. Research has found that award finalists win business, have more motivated staff and have greater credibility.

You’ll also get invited to the awards evening as our guest, giving you a chance to network with peers and industry colleagues at the best night in fleet.

There’s nothing to lose and everything to gain. Our experienced judging panel, which contains former fleet managers of the year, will also provide feedback on your entry.

To enter, go to the awards website

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