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FAQ

This is a short list of our most frequently asked questions. For more information about the Exeter Living Awards, please get in touch.

Yes, you can enter as many categories as you feel are suitable to represent your business.

You will receive an email and it will also be announced on the Awards website and Twitter: @ExeterLivingAwd

Tickets will be on sale shortly after nominations open. Keep up-to-date by signing up to our newsletter, just enter your e-mail address at the bottom of the page.

There are lots of ways to get exposure from the Awards, from sponsorship, to partnerships, association, and more. If you would like more information, please contact stephanie.dodd@mediaclash.co.uk

Companies can buy a table for up to ten guests.

Once tickets have sold out, you can add your details to the waiting list. You will be able to register for tickets shortly.

The ticket will guarantee you entry to the Awards, which includes a champagne reception, three-course dinner and half a bottle of wine per person. It also includes entrance to the after-show party.

When you purchase your ticket, there will be an option to notify us if you or any of your guests have special dietary requirements.

Yes, there is an option to order extra wine for your table, the details will be e-mailed to you before the event.

The dress code is black tie – so don your glad rags, uber-glam dresses and smartest suits.

All Finalists will be supplied with window stickers and digital assets for you to market your success. You'll also be invited to a social Finalists Reception in the city a few weeks before the Awards.

In addition to the benefits of being a Finalist, our Winners also receive:

  • A stylish trophy to keep and proudly display
  • Window stickers and digital assets for you to market your success
  • Endorsing quotes from the panel of Judges
  • Coverage in Exeter Living magazine
  • Two free places at a special Winners’ Dinner a few weeks after the Awards
  • The long-lasting remembrance of that wonderful moment: “And the Winner is…”