15 May 2024

Chemical manufacturing suppliers announced as returning sponsors for Greater BYPY Awards 2024

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Future Faces have announced that chemical manufacturing suppliers PI-KEM Ltd will be sponsoring the People and Wellbeing category at this year’s Greater Birmingham Young Professional of the Year Awards 2024.

PI-KEM Ltd sponsored the People and Wellbeing category at the 2023 awards, with their very own Adam Gadsby taking home the Future Faces Ambassador award as well.

Adam’s story is an inspiring one for Future Faces members. Adam was about to resign from his Future Faces membership until he became involved in the FF mentoring scheme, which changed everything for him.

ShapeAdam began to attend almost every Future Faces event, bringing colleagues with him, making more connections and finding more opportunities through the network, after signing up more than six members of his team to Future Faces.

Adam felt he’d become an ambassador for the network. With the encouragement of his mentor, he gained the confidence to apply for the Future Faces Ambassador award in 2023, which he took home on the night of the awards.

If you would like to read Adam’s testimonial about winning his award, you can find it HERE.

Fiona Rouse, operations director at PI-KEM Ltd, said: “PI-KEM are excited to be sponsoring the People and Wellbeing category for the Greater BYPY Awards again. Future Faces has provided brilliant opportunities for our young professionals, and it is great to be able to give something back. Wishing all the entrants the best of luck!”

The awards will take place on Friday, 18 October at the ICC, and are designed to celebrate and recognise the exceptional talent and achievements of young professionals in the Greater Birmingham area. 

Sophie Poduval-Morrell, manager of Future Faces, said: “We are so grateful for the support of PI-KEM, without the sponsorship of these organisations we wouldn’t be able to run these awards. I know that the young professionals at PI-KEM get so much out of the Future Faces network and the Greater BYPY awards.

“Giving back and sponsoring these awards is their way of thanking Future Faces. They believe in what we are doing. Fiona Rouse is a huge ambassador of what we do, it’s so important to invest in these awards. You’re not just investing in your own company, but in the future of this region.”

Future Faces will also be holding an awards application workshop on Thursday, 6 June. This is exclusively for Future Faces members only. You can book onto the workshop HERE.

To book your table for the awards night, view the full award categories breakdown, sponsor the event and complete your application, visit the GBCC events website.

Pictured (L-R): Kaylee Golding, Mandeep Kaur Sidhu (winner of the People and Wellbeing category 2023) and Fiona Rouse at the Greater Birmingham Young Professional of the Year Awards 2023

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