Prepare to astonish… Applications OPEN for The Dental Awards 2020News
Posted by: probe-admin 16th July 2019
It feels like only yesterday that we were celebrating the achievements of the industry’s foremost professionals with a programme of exquisite dining and entertainment. But with so much to take in at The Dental Awards, the evening is impossible to forget…
The Probe is delighted to reveal that entries are now being accepted for the eagerly awaited Dental Awards 2020.
The most highly esteemed dental awards ceremony out there, each of the various categories are judged by a panel of well-known industry experts with superior knowledge of their respective fields. Held alongside the British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show at the NEC Hilton Metropole Hotel, the event is the highlight for practices wanting to express the abundance of skills and talents that exist in their teams.
Free to enter* The Dental Awards exclusively aims to recognise the outstanding individuals and teams whose commitment to patient care and professional development are raising standards throughout the profession.
As well as boosting the morale of your dental team by entering, the evening marks the perfect opportunity for team building – previous years have seen new friendships emerge from the event, with ample opportunity available for networking and knowledge sharing.
Sublime food, glamorous cocktail reception and thrilling entertainment (not to mention dancing until the small hours!) are characteristic of this prestigious event that has proven time and time again to enhance the careers of dental professionals across the country.
This is always a wonderful evening, a great way to thank your team and celebrate all that is best in a profession that rarely gets the full credit it deserves.
The ceremony takes place on Friday 15thMay 2020. All entries must be received by 6thDecember 2019.
*If entering after 16th September please include cheque for £45 payable to Purple Media Solutions Ltd
For an entry brochure, please click here
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