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​Still time to enter Cooling Business of the Year!

Have you got what it takes to be crowned the best all-round business in 2019?

RAC’s Cooling Business of the Year award is unique in that it seeks to recognise firms as businesses, looking at how they develop their staff; their work in the community; their efforts at compliance and raising standards; alongside innovation, project and customer service.

Cooling Business of the Year aims to recognise success in the round and reward both inspirational and aspirational companies, whatever their size or activity. This award will see all businesses judged on a level playing field, with manufacturers and distributors judged alongside contractors and consultants.

Last year, the award was won by Wave Refrigeration, with Daikin and Gel-Clear as runners-up.

The distinction about these awards is that in return for paying an entry fee, every business gets a profile in the special Cooling Business of the Year supplement – the entry pricing is based on the cost of an advertorial in the magazine - put together by the RAC team, based on each entry questionnaire.

Every entrant will receive coverage of their business, with one deserving company winning the Award for Cooling Business of the Year, to be announced at a celebratory Awards lunch in December.

For information on cost of entry and how to get an entry form, email Paul.Russell@emap.com with Cooling Business of the Year as the subject.

Entry deadline: Friday, 29 November

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