(PRWEB UK) 5 April 2014
It’s the first time that the company has sponsored the Awards, which are now in their 33rd year and considered the ‘Oscars’ of the housebuilding industry.
Entries for the 2014 Awards are now invited, with an entry deadline of Monday 14 July. The winners will be announced at the Gala Luncheon, taking place on Friday 21 November in the Great Room at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane. Last year, over 1,400 senior industry figures attended the lunch, the highlight of the housebuilding calendar.
Daniel Hill, managing director of WhatHouse? said: “We’re delighted that Moneypenny are sponsoring the WhatHouse? Awards. It’s a company that is well known and highly regarded within the industry and it’s now in a select group of prestigious brands sponsoring this year’s event.”
Samantha Jones, commercial manager Corporate and Property at Moneypenny, said: “We are extremely excited to be on board for this year’s Awards. It’s an event we’ve watched from afar for a number of years and we feel the time is right, taking into account our growing portfolio of housebuilding clients. Since the start of 2014 in particular, we have seen a significant increase in demand from the sector, as housebuilders seek support from our dedicated property team to capture all their telephone calls. We are proud to be involved in such a prestigious event and look forward to building lasting relationships with WhatHouse? and the wider industry.”
For more information on entering the WhatHouse? Awards 2014 and attending the Gala Luncheon please email Derek Smith on ds(at)globespanmedia(dot)com or call 020 7940 1070.
For more information on sponsorship packages for the WhatHouse? Awards 2014 please email Adrian Talbot on at(at)globespanmedia(dot)com or call 020 7940 1070.
For more information on the Whathouse.com property portal please email Daniel Hill on dh(at)whathouse(dot)com or call 020 7940 1070.
For more information on Moneypenny, please visit http://www.moneypenny.co.uk, email hello(at)moneypenny(dot)co(dot)uk or call 0333 20 21 005