TCT Awards 2018 Now Open for Submissions

The TCT Group announced that submissions for the TCT Awards 2018 are now being invited. The winners will be announced, during the 2018 edition of the TCT Show, on the evening of Wednesday 26th September at the prestigious Hilton Metropole, Birmingham, on site at the NEC.

Following a hugely successful inaugural event the TCT Awards 2018 will once again celebrate design-to-manufacturing innovation across a range of industries including medical, aerospace, automotive and consumer products. Technology innovations will also be in the spotlight along with a further three inductees to the prestigious and coveted TCT Hall of Fame.

Duncan Wood, CEO, Rapid News Publications Ltd, owners of TCT, comments: "After such a fantastic evening last year we are really looking forward to seeing which projects are submitted for 2018 and who makes the exclusive Hall of Fame.  We encourage companies to reflect on the amazing work they are doing and the incredible technology they are developing and get their entries in as soon as possible.

"The TCT Awards are the most important and prestigious celebration of design-to-manufacturing innovation and we look forward to recognising amazing individuals, technology and applications in September."

Information for Entering the TCT Awards

The TCT Awards 2018 are open to companies across the entire design and manufacturing technology ecosystem and may be entered online; a full list of categories, submission criteria and deadlines can be found on the TCT Awards website.

The awards will be judged by an independent board of experts, analysts, journalists, and academics. The nominees for the Hall of Fame will be selected by this panel and then a free and fair public vote will be held to determine the three inductees for 2018.

TCT Show 2018 takes place 25-27th September 2018, NEC, Birmingham, UK.

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