Posted on 15/10/2014
The Federation of Communication Services is now accepting entries for its 2014 Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio Award.
The purpose of this FCS award is to foster excellence, to recognise and reward innovation and achievement as well as to encourage the communications and adoption of best practice within the communications industry.
The Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio Award is open to all business delivering Business Radio products and services either directly or by association within the communication services industry, be they manufacturers, suppliers or retailers.
The definition of Business Radio include land, marine and aero based products and services and any applications from radio amateurs where product or service would reasonably have a Business Radio application.
The award will be presented at the FCS Business Radio Gala Dinner on the 14th November 2014 at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon.
For more information on Business Radio 14 and the Gala Dinner please click here.
Background Information on the Award
Gerald David OBE had a long and very successful career in the Business Radio Industry as an entrepreneur in the arena of the supply of aerials and site services through his company Aerial Facilities Ltd.
For many years, Gerald David played a vital role as a key influencer of UK policy and was instrumental in ensuring that UK would be able to take full benefit from the wide range of important services that Business Radio provides us, even today.
Gerald was a very keen driver of new thinking and innovation and it was inevitable he would sponsor the business radio award for innovation, the most prestigious award for the industry there is today.
Previous winners of the Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio award include, AW Communication Systems Ltd, Kenwood Electronics UK Ltd, MiMoMax, Motorola Solutions and Sepura Plc.
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