Be part of the UK success story at the BEEAs 2015

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Less than a month remains to enter the seventh British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs).

The Awards recognise companies and individuals who have excelled in design engineering within the last year. Receiving one of these prestigious awards provides great publicity, and opens doors for future success and growth.

The 2014 Young Design Engineer of the Year winner, Joel Gibbard, has since achieved a world first by successfully fitting his low cost, 3D printed bionic hand to a British man born without a right hand. The award created awareness for Joel's ground breaking technology and fuelled his passion to further develop his award-winning project.

Andy Poon, CEO of Romax Technology, winner of 2014 Consultancy of the Year and the Grand Prix award, has witnessed the whole company benefit from their success at the BEEAs, "It is great recognition of the design work that we do because of the way the judging process works, because it is peer reviewed – the award really means something."

The judges for the BEEAs are drawn from a cross section of electronic and engineering design disciplines, and are highly qualified.

There are 10 categories to enter, including Start-up of the Year, Small Company of the Year and Green Product of the Year, with the aim of demonstrating and promoting the quality of UK engineering design.

The deadline for entries is 24th July 2015 and the winners will be announced at a gala lunch at the Hurlingham Club, London, on 29th October. Entry is free and all the categories and entry criteria can be found here.