Book your place at the Awards Dinner

10 October 2023. The Kimpton Clocktower Hotel, Manchester.

This popular evening provides an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues, peers and major names in the healthcare engineering and EFM sector. Places are limited and expected to sell out quickly, so book early to ensure you secure your place.

Tickets include pre-dinner drinks and a three course meal with wine.

2023 Rates

VIP Dinner Table: Located in a prime position, includes welcome drink and 5 bottles of wine on the table, branding on stage and the awards catalogue, branding alongside an awards category and a full page advert in the awards brochure.

After Dinner Speaker:
Nigel Owens MBE

Nigel Owens MBE is the most-capped referee in world rugby.

Born and raised in Mynyddcerrig, Wales, at the age of 16 he picked up a referee’s whistle, and the rest is history.

He refereed his first international game in 2005 in Osaka between Ireland and Japan and made his World Cup debut in 2007 refereeing Argentina v Georgia.

In December 2020, Nigel brought his 17-year international career to an end. The November 2020 France v Italy Autumn Nations Cup game was his 100th and final Test match. Additionally, he is the first openly gay man to referee at the highest level.

Born into a farming family, since retiring from refereeing Nigel has fulfilled a burning ambition to run his own farm full-time.

Nigel and his partner Barrie now own a 100-acre farm in the Gwendraeth Valley, Carmarthenshire. With the help of Barrie, Nigel is caring for a large herd of Hereford cows. Nigel is also President of the Wales Federation of Young Farmers Clubs.

Aside from anecdotal speeches, Nigel also talks about diversity, mental health, and overcoming adversity.

Nigel Owens speaking into a lectern microphone