HINTON Magazine Awards 2020: Here's everything you need to know about this years awards.
Last Updated: 31.07.2020
It's been confirmed the very first HINTON Magazine awards will take place this year. The awards will honour people and brand's who have made a positive contribution to their industry.
The Inaugural HINTON Magazine awards have been announced and will take place on Wednesday 4th November 2020. The awards Sponsored by Light Changes Coaching & Book: Stabbed in the back, will take place virtually due to the ongoing global pandemic that COVID-19. Details on how you can view the awards LIVE are set to be announce in the coming weeks.
The awards have been formed to give recognition to people and brands who we be believe have made a positive contribution to their respected industries. There are 12 awards available on the evening. The industries the awards are focused on include; fashion, health, Food & Drink plus a public nomination, outstanding achievement award.
Editor in Chief Curtis Hinton said, 'I am incredibly pleased these awards are going to be taking place this year. We have had a few months of uncertainty as to whether they would, due to the virus, but I am pleased we came to the conclusion to go ahead with them. I think it is important that we recognise people for their incredible work, and thats what we aim to do with these awards.'
Men's Fashion brand of the year
Women's Fashion brand of the year
Bespoke Tailor of the year
Start up Fashion brand of the year
Stylish Man of the year
Stylish Women of the year
Influencer of the year
Bar of the Year
Restaurant of the year
Hinton's Health Award
Wellness centre of the year
HINTON Magazine is proud to introduce you to our 2020 Award Sponsors;
Light Changes Coaching:
As the founder of Light Changes Coaching, Be Free, Be Fun, Be Fearless Expert Dr Rana Al-Falaki helps Professionals, Leaders & Business Owners Exude Passion and Instil It In Others, Turning ‘Wanting More’ into ‘Having and Being More.’
As a leader in her field for over 20 years, a multi-award winning business owner, an international speaker and trainer, a researcher, and #1 international best-selling author of Women Who Want More and How Big Can You Dream, and writer on empowerment, being happy, stress management and work-life balance , she has a wealth of life and professional experience to help you on your quest for ultimate success in every aspect of your life and business.
Work with her is a combination of both challenge and fun to get you to excel and be well. Mental, emotional, physical, financial, social, professional and spiritual health are the essential components to allow us to function, engage, feel driven and even surprise ourselves. That is where she aims to get her clients. She works with professionals, leaders and business owners who are successful, but still want more and know it has to be there, no matter how elusive it may seem. Together we create the intangible into a tangible experience to be lived, treasured and owned. To arrange a dynamic coaching experience contact her directly firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Rana says,' I am delighted to be sponsoring the Hinton Magazine Awards. Achievement is something to be honoured and rewarded, and even in these challenging times, it is so important that we keep driving energy towards innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity. We only have one life, and it is our choice what we make of it. Now is a time for celebration as much as growth and reflection, which is something that Hinton Magazine does not want to postpone and have been determined to ensure nothing gets in their way of helping, inspiring and empowering others. A mission close to my own heart!
Book: Stabbed in the back
I am honoured for my book to be chosen to become the official sponsor of the prestigious UK HINTON Awards 2020| Hinton Magazine!
This is an opportunity for many Hinton readers (mainly women of child bearing age) to learn about the devastating condition called Adhesive Arachnoiditis.
My book May be short but very ambitious with one goal to educate people and make the “Epidural” word synonymous with Arachnoiditis, in a similar way how the sugar is being associated with diabetes!
I hope my book will inspire medical community to do more research and Eventually find the cure for Arachnoiditis.