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The UK Calendar Awards 2019

Event returns to Stationers’ Hall, London on Tuesday November 19.

If you produce licensed calendars, diaries or advent calendars then add these dates to your own diary…

Building on the success of the last two years’ awards, The Calies 2019 UK calendar and diary awards is back and will take place on Tuesday November 19 at Stationers’ Hall in the City of London.

Retail Categories include: Best Animal Kingdom Calendar; Best Transport Calendar; Best Scenic Calendar; Best Art, Illustration or Designer Calendar; Best Charity Calendar; Best Music, Talent or Sports Calendar; Best Entertainment or Humour Calendar; Best Family Organiser or Planner; Best Advent Calendar; Best Diary – Generic; Best Diary – Licensed; Best Desk Calendar (also open to B2B entries).

The Corporate (B2B) categories include:
 Best Corporate (B2B) Calendar – Animals and the Natural World; Best Corporate (B2B) Calendar – Contemporary; Best Corporate (B2B) Calendar – Scenic; Best Corporate (B2B) Calendar – Special Interest, Bespoke and Humour.

In addition, there is also The Calies special award: The Calendar Ambassador Award 2019.

Tickets for The Calies awards event are available priced at £60+VAT. To book tickets contact Clare Hollick of Keystone Communications on clare@keystonecomms.co.uk or call on 01733 294524.

You can also reserve tickets quickly and easily online, at the Max Ticket Office – just click here.

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