09 September 2021
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Entries for the British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) are now open!

Brought to you by Eureka! and New Electronics, the British Engineering Excellence Awards return for 2021, celebrating the very best in design engineering achievements across the UK! With new & improved categories for 2021, the awards offer a truer reflection of the brave new world of modern design and engineering. So if you want to be rewarded for your achievements, start an entry today!

The publishers of Eureka! magazine, New Electronics and The Engineer are pleased to announce that the British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) are now open for entries!

The BEEAs have been celebrating the very best in design engineering achievements across the UK and recognising the companies and people behind them since 2009. Even in that relatively short time frame the engineering landscape has changed significantly. As a reflection of that change, we have made some of our own, reforming some categories and introducing eight new ones for 2021. We hope you’ll agree that these revised categories offer a truer reflection of the brave new world of modern design and engineering.

What hasn’t changed, though – and never will – is the BEEAs’ emphasis on innovation, engineering talent and sheer excellence among the UK’s design community.

So, if you believe that you, your company or your colleague has achieved something over the last year or so that deserves wider recognition, we encourage you start an entry today!

You have until Friday 5th November 2021 to get your entries in, and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony taking place on Friday 18th March 2022 at The Landmark Hotel in London.

We wish you all the best of luck!

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