Tickets are now on sale for the 2017 Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards which will be hosted by broadcaster Steph McGovern.
Steph McGovern has been involved in financial journalism for over 13 years and is well known for her work on BBC Breakfast. In her work for the BBC, Steph covers economic and business news, making it her priority to share what is going on in the real economy. At the age of 19 Steph won the title of Young Engineer for Britain after saving Black & Decker more than £1m on a design she did for their Leaf Hog product.
Malcolm Anson, president of the BCIA says: “We are delighted to have such a high profile personality, Steph McGovern joining us at this year’s awards. Steph’s professionalism and knowledge, as well as links to industry will make her the perfect host for what promises to be an enjoyable evening.
“The atmosphere at past awards has always been amazing, you can feel the anticipation building as the finalists and winners are announced, followed by cheers of delight, showing we are all truly dedicated and proud of what we do. Whether you are a winner or not, you are guaranteed an enjoyable night.”
The awards ceremony and gala dinner will take place on Thursday 11 May 2017 at the spectacular setting of the Hilton Birmingham Metropole. Tickets include a three course dinner, the awards ceremony, post show entertainment and networking with peers, press, friends and colleagues.
A table of ten costs £1,000.00 and individual places are available for £120.00 (all prices exclude VAT). To book your places please visit the BCIA website and download a booking form, www.bcia.co.uk