Horners Award for Plastic design and Innovation 2010: entry deadline is July 30
30 April 2010
Entry deadline for the British Plastics Federation (BPF) Horners Award for Plastics Design and Innovation 2010 has been announced for July 30 2010. This is an annual opportunity for manufacturers and designers to enter what is thought to be the oldest plastics Award in the world. Many iconic products have won the Award in its 65-year history, including 'The Topper Dinghy, produced by Rolinx.
The BPF Horners Award is keen to encourage excellence in UK manufacturing, and entries must have demonstrated that the product, machine or process entered into the competition has significant UK content in terms of design, materials or manufacture. As a further encouragement to UK entrepreneurship, entries must have a proven record of recent commercial success or, in the eyes of the judges, have significant commercial potential.
The BPF Horners Award is jointly organised by the Worshipful Company of Horners, a City Livery Company, and the British Plastics Federation. An application form can be downloaded here.
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