Caterer Middle East Awards 2019 – less than one week to nominate

Deadline is April 2, so nominate now! 16 categories of F&B awards


We’re into the final week of nominations for the Caterer Middle East Awards 2019, the region’s premier industry award ceremony.

To nominate yourself or someone you know for an award, simply fill out the form at for the relevant category.You can book a table for the big night by emailing

The deadline for companies and individuals wishing to submit nominations is 11.59 pm on April 2 2019. After this date, submissions will no longer be accepted.

The Caterer Middle East editorial team will read each and every nomination, compiling shortlist for the 16 categories before presenting the finalists to the judging panel which will comprise a host of esteemed industry professionals.

The judges, to be announced in an upcoming issue of the magazine, will read through the shortlists in their own time before meeting in person to arrive at a group decision on the winner of each category. Then it’s on to the awards ceremony which will be attended by over 500 industry guests.

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