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The PA Hub launches new regional award to recognise Yorkshire’s assistants

The PA Hub, a Yorkshire based membership network for PAs across the region, has announced it will be holding its first ever Yorkshire PA of the Year Awards Dinner on Thursday 2nd July at The Pavilion, Leeds United. International training company, Pitman Training, has been announced as the headline sponsor for the Awards which will be hosted by Yorkshire’s very own Harry Gration.

The glittering black tie dinner promises to be a fantastic celebration that will recognise the best in the business across 11 award categories including the prestigious Yorkshire PA of the Year and the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Marion Lowrence, Director of the PA Hub said: ‘Promoting the role of a PA and providing networking alongside training and development has always been very important to me and one of the key reasons I set up The PA Hub. The awards are a fantastic way to recognise assistants for the amazing job they do and the support they provide to their companies every day. Winning an award will give them the confidence and self-assurance they need to excel further in their role as well as allow them to stand up and be in the spotlight.’

The judging panel is made up of four highly experienced professionals in the PA industry including Victoria Darragh, Executive Assistant to the Group HR Director and Group Technology Director for Hays Specialist Recruitment, Katie McEwan, Executive Assistant to Jacqueline Gold, CEO of Ann Summers, Jamila Juma-Ware, Marketing Manager at Pitman Training and Christopher Juliff, Private Secretary to Earl Howe, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (House of Lords).

Katie McEwan, Executive Assistant to Jacqueline Gold, CEO of Ann Summers said: ‘It’s a great privilege to have been invited to sit on the judging panel for these fantastic awards. Still too often PAs do not get the recognition they deserve, and I think that awards on a regional level provide a really important service. There is so much talent in the Yorkshire region; the awards are an opportunity to showcase the true stars of the industry.’  

To nominate an assistant for a Yorkshire PA Award, please visit http://thepahub.co.uk/ypa15/. The deadline for entries is Friday 22nd May at 5pm. 

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