Trade Association Forum award-winners revealed

The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners has won Conference of the Year at the Trade Association Forum awards.

8 Northumberland Avenue, London, hosted the TAF awards
8 Northumberland Avenue, London, hosted the TAF awards

The Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards 2013 took place at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London last week and recognised best practice amongst trade associations in the UK. 

The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners won the Conference of the Year award for its Asia Conference in 2012. 

The British Blind and Shutter Association was awarded Exhibition of the Year.

Other award winners include:

Commercial Initiative of the Year:

British Association of Removers

Corporate Social Responsibility Award:

Association of Interior Specialists

Electronic Communication of the Year:

British Woodworking Federation

Magazine of the Year:

Road Haulage Association

Membership Pack of the Year:

National Hairdressers' Federation

Membership Success of the Year:

Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners – Growth in Latin America

Publication of the Year:

Pet Food Manufacturers Association

Sector Representation of the Year:

National Farmers' Union

Website of the Year Award:

Confederation of Paper Industries

Individual Contribution Award:

Nisha Valand, The Independent Game Developers’ Association

Leadership Award:

Nelson Ogunshakin, Association for Consulting Engineers

Lifetime Achievement Award:

Eric Galbraith, British Insurance Brokers’ Association

Trade Association of the Year:

National Farmers’ Union

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