Shortlist announced for 2024 Engineering and Manufacturing Awards

The shortlisted finalists have been announced for this year’s Engineering and Manufacturing Awards (EMAs).

Organised by leading events and publishing business MA Business, and powered by industry titles including The Engineer, Eureka, New Electronics, Machinery and Manufacturing Management magazines the EMAs were established to celebrate the people, teams, companies and projects at the forefront of UK engineering and to champion the role that engineers are playing in addressing some of society’s most pressing challenges.

With all fifteen categories receiving a high number of entries from organisations right across industry, the competition – now in its second year - once again provides a compelling illustration of the strength and depth of UK manufacturing. The EMAs judging panel (a group of some of the UK’s leading engineers) will review the shortlisted entries through the summer and the final winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square on Wednesday 4th September 2024. Congratulations to all of this year’s shortlisted finalists for getting to this stage! 

Jon Excell
Editor & Publisher, The Engineer


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On Wednesday 4th September 2024, we will be returning to the prestigious London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.

The ticket price includes drinks reception, 3-course gourmet dinner with coffee and petits fours, ½ bottle of wine per person.

There will be a cash bar in operation throughout the event for additional drinks.

18.15 Meet & Greet with our celebrity host*
19:00 Drinks reception
19:45 Call to dinner
21:30 Awards
22.30 Live Music
00:00 Carriages

*Limited only event for sponsors and their guests

Dress code: Dress to impress

Single place - £395
Half table for 5 - £1,750
Full table of 10 - £2,975
Limited premium table of 10 - £ 3,695.00 (Includes branded meeting point on arrival, prime position plus 2 bottles of fizz)