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Gift Of The Year 2024 Shortlist Announced

After a nail-biting few months, the shortlist for this year’s Gift of the Year competition, organised by The Giftware Association (GA) has been announced, with entries judged by over 100 judges made up of retailers and buyers.

View the shortlist HERE

“After careful consideration and evaluation by our panel of esteemed judges, we are delighted to reveal the amazing products that have made it into this year’s shortlist,” enthuses marketing and PR manager Chris Workman. “The selected entries have demonstrated exceptional quality, design, and a true understanding of market trends.”

Above: Pajama Party’s zero waste patchwork slippers are among the products shortlisted in the GOTY’s Ethical & Sustainable Gift category.
Above: Pajama Party’s zero waste patchwork slippers are among the products shortlisted in the GOTY’s Ethical & Sustainable Gift category.

Continues Chris: “The shortlisted products span 20 categories, showcasing the diversity and innovation within our creative sector. From imaginative designs to practical solutions, each product on the shortlist represents the pinnacle of achievement in the home and giftware world. We want to extend our sincere congratulations to all the shortlisted companies and their outstanding products. Being shortlisted for the Gift of the Year Awards is a remarkable accomplishment, and reflects the dedication and talent of those involved in bringing these products to market.  It’s a job that gets harder and harder each year for our judges as more and more innovative and design led products enter, but to make it through this far is a huge achievement. Just by companies entering a product, it would have been seen by over 100 industry judges.”

Above: Fruu is among the companies shortlisted in the Beauty, Bath & Spa category of the Gift of the Year.
Above: Fruu is among the companies shortlisted in the Beauty, Bath & Spa category of the Gift of the Year.

The shortlisted products will be judged for the second time round in person at February’s Spring Fair, taking place at the NEC from February 4-7. They will be on display through the duration for judges to fully review the brands, as well as being on display to an international audience.

The annual event, now in its 46th year, celebrates innovation, creativity, and excellence in the home and giftware sector, recognising outstanding products and ranges that have captured the hearts of this year’s judges.

For more information about the Gift of the Year Awards and the shortlisted products, please visit www.giftoftheyear.co.uk or contact Chris Workman at chris.workman@ga-uk.org

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