Posted 16th May

Product of the Year 2019 opens for entries

By KBBDaily on 16th May 2018 - 13:30pm

The 2019 edition of the Product of the Year awards – an annual consumer-voted award for product innovation – has opened for entries.

Last year, AEG took home two awards for its SteamPro multi-function sous-vide oven and its entire 9000 Laundry series, which won in the kitchen appliance and household appliance categories, respectively.

According to the organiser, last year’s awards saw more than 10,000 shoppers choose the winners across 50 categories. Entries for the 2019 awards close on the 31st July, with products submitted undergoing an independent judging process before being voted for by consumers.

The winners will be announced in November, and will be invited to an awards ceremony at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel on the 24th January 2019.

“We want to hear from brands who have launched truly innovative products answering consumer needs,” said Product of the Year CEO Mike Nolan. “Product of the Year is a great way to make your brand stand out on shelf or add a wow factor to a new product launch, and ultimately boost sales.

“Each year we’re impressed with the quality of the smart and insightful products that are entered and we are excited to see a whole new raft of innovation this year too!”

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