Gala Awards Dinner: book now for 11 May

If you haven’t yet bought your tickets for the 2017 Relocate Awards gala dinner and presentation ceremony, don’t delay! Join us to celebrate success and innovation, and to network the night away.

Gala Awards Dinner: book by Wednesday 3 May
The 2017 Relocate Awards gala dinner and presentation ceremony takes place in London on Thursday 11 May. Places are selling fast, so book yours today. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of these prestigious, internationally recognised awards, we have arranged an exciting and memorable event, which will be held in the Science Museum’s Space Gallery and Making the Modern World Gallery.The evening will begin at 7.00 pm with a champagne reception. Following a three-course themed dinner with fine wines, the winners will be announced and presented with their trophies. There will be ample time for networking and celebrations.

Inspiring innovation and creativity

The Relocate Awards were set up to recognise and promote excellence, innovation and best practice, all three of which are increasingly vital to global prosperity and growth.That’s why, at this year’s gala dinner, Relocate is offering an opportunity – inspired by developments in science, technology and engineering – for those who are driving their businesses forward to connect with our high-profile special guests, experts, and professionals from other disciplines to exchange ideas.Says Fiona Murchie, Relocate’s managing editor and founder of the awards, “Our goal is to inspire companies to innovate and be creative, so they can evolve to meet the challenges of the future. We are also passionate about encouraging young people to aim high and take their place in a fast-paced global environment.“Reflecting this, we’re looking to connect employers with schools and the talent of the future, both at the gala dinner and going forward.”

Maggie Philbin – host and guest speaker

Special guests will be on hand to spark conversations and innovative ideas around the future of industry sectors, STEM subjects, the development of the workplace, and supporting young talent to fill skills gaps.Our host and guest speaker will be well-known science, medical and technology broadcaster Maggie Philbin, OBE, who is also co-founder and CEO of TeenTech CIC, an award-winning organisation that helps young people and their parents and teachers to understand the opportunities available in science, technology and engineering.In 2016, Maggie was Computer Weekly magazine’s Most Influential Woman in UK IT, and was named Digital Leader of the Year for her work with TeenTech CIC.In the Space Gallery, Professor Anu Ojha, OBE, Director of Education and Space Communications at the National Space Academy, and his colleagues Dr Kierann Shah, National Project Manager, and Amy Bradshaw, Gulf and Special Projects Coordinator, will demonstrate the inspirational context of space and space-sector careers, with some of their students.Also participating will be ‘ambassadors’ from a range of sectors, including construction/sustainable building and engineering.

Buy your tickets today!

Make sure you join us to interact with those who are achieving great things in a variety of fields. You’ll be inspired to innovate, take your organisation to the next level, and build your organisation’s talent pipeline.For further information, and to buy your tickets, visit our Awards section.For details of how the promotional opportunities at this prestigious event can benefit your company, call Trudy Mockford on +44 (0)1892 891334, or email We look forward to seeing you there!

Relocate magazine Summer 2017 – awards special

Capitalise on the success of this year’s Relocate Awards by advertising in the summer issue of Relocate magazine (out June).To discuss magazine or website advertising, phone Trudy Mockford on +44 (0)1892 891334, or email

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