Window Widgets is awards finalist in two categories
By David Wood | 26th October 2022
Gloucestershire-based window and door company Window Widgets is a double finalist in the most recognised window industry awards.
The G22 Awards, which is now in its 18th year, is the glass and glazing industry's premier awards and seeks to give businesses recognition for their outstanding work.
Window Widgets, which is based at Quedgeley, entered two awards: The Component Supplier of the Year category and the Promotional Campaign of the Year category.
The former recognises organisations in a niche market and as the leading supplier of over 1,400 universal product variants, Window Widgets has certainly made a big name for itself in a small market, which is backed up by its recent ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditations.
The latter recognises the organisation's commitment to community endeavours, to which Window Widgets has raised over £15,000 for two charities following the creation of 'The Little Pink Book of Jokes' as part of its fundraising efforts.
Jo Trotman, marketing manager at Window Widgets, commented: "We're thrilled to be finalists in the G22 Awards, not just for the Component Supplier of the Year category, but for the Promotional Campaign of the Year category too.
"We're proud to boast the country's largest range of universal window and door ancillaries so to be recognised for our position in the industry is fantastic.
"We've also worked extremely hard to raise money for our two chosen charities, We Mind & Kelly Matters and GM Fundraising, over the past year which includes the publication of our 'Little Pink Book of Jokes' and it would be great to win an award that is for such a good cause."
Window Widgets' sister company, The Residence Collection, has received two award wins in the G Awards in previous years and the winners of this year's awards are to be announced at an awards ceremony on Friday 25th November.
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