News | 22 May 2019

Awards ceremonies: Why do they matter?

Global FM revealed the winners of their Awards of Excellence ceremony on 15 May 2019, to coincide with World FM Day. This year saw outstanding nominees from around the globe compete for three tiers of award for excellence in the profession – six winners walked away with an endorsement.

Why are these ceremonies important?

All awarding ceremonies celebrate hard work, innovation and achievement, and the IWFM Awards are no different.

Entering and attending the IWFM Awards provides you and your organisation with an abundance of opportunities for benchmarking, self-investment and growth.

There are many great reasons to attend an industry awards ceremony. At ours, you will experience:

an innovation spectacle
Our Innovation categories showcase the best solutions currently in play in our profession. As a guest, you can discover the latest trends across areas such as supplier relationship management, people development, technology and products.

a unique networking opportunity
Guests belong to a community of engaged and active, like-minded professionals with a passion for advancement in the profession. No matter your specialism, our Awards attract suppliers, providers, key decision-makers and leading organisations you can connect with.

lucrative marketing opportunities
There is more than one way to reap the benefits of attending our Awards. As a sponsor, you can elevate your organisation and align your brand with excellence using numerous platforms.

personal growth
Attending our Awards is a great way to get more involved with the profession and its people. The recognition you will gain can help to enhance your reputation, as well as opening doors to new talent.

a night of entertainment
You can let go and enjoy yourself at our Awards. You’ll enjoy a three-course meal at the dazzling Grosvenor House Hotel, as well as live music and entertainment in the company of your team.

Awarding ceremonies are a significant platform that enable organisations to springboard to the height of the industry. Visit to find out how you can become a part of the story.

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