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Retailers, do you want to judge the EIH Awards 2021?

Progressive Housewares (organiser of the EIH Awards) is inviting retail buyers from across the UK to join the judging panel for the Excellence in Housewares 2021, product category awards. However, there is no need to wait for an invitation – buyers who would like to take part this year should contact Jo Howard at

While the organising team is preparing for the mega industry reunion at the Excellence in Housewares Awards night on Thursday 6 October 2021, this year’s product judging will continue to take place online. The virtual judging will enable the participation of a large and wide panel of housewares buyers from all around the UK as well as across the retail spectrum.

“Do you want to have your say and help to determine the finalists and winners of this year’s Excellence in Housewares Product Awards?” asks PH editor Jo Howard of UK housewares retailers.

“This year’s virtual judging means that buyers can take their time and look at products over a period of several weeks this summer. They will be able to stop and start and cast their confidential votes at their convenience.”

Jo continued: “Importantly, this will also be a fantastic opportunity for buyers to review, and discover, the best housewares products of the past year.”

The Excellence in Housewares Awards 2021 are open for product entries via the online portal, with the deadline of 9 July 2021. Suppliers who wish to enter can create an account in less than two minutes and then sign in to enter products by the deadline. Entry is entirely free. Click here to create your EIH account and do contact any of the team if you need help.

Tickets and tables are already being reserved for this year’s event, as Max Publishing continues to offer a full guarantee of refund or deferral in case of event interruption. You can reserve your place(s) now via the digital box office or by contacting Clare Hollick at Createvents.

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