Hotel Housekeeping Honours
THE DATE: 12th March 2020 at The Hilton Metropole, Birmingham NEC
Sponsors and Sponsorship Opportunities at the Triple H Awards
We have a limited number of sponsors each year to ensure that each company gets maximum coverage to raise their profile within the industry. All sponsorship packages include tickets to the awards dinner. See below for available sponsorship packages.
We are looking for HHH Sponsors for 2020
Welcome to our 2020 sponsors
Headline and Lifetime Award Sponsor WGC
WGC is the UK’s leading outsourced hotel housekeeping services provider, working with the world’s favourite hotel brands since 1974.
Platinum and Housekeeping Team of the Year Award Sponsor
P&G Professional is the away-from-home division of Procter & Gamble. Providing key business decision makers with superior products and solutions designed to help their businesses thrive and make “every experience count”.
Housekeeping Manager Award Sponsor
Star Linen UK has an experienced and very knowledgeable team, with extensive industry experience. This capability has enabled us to produce a vast array of luxury linens, beautiful bedding and sumptuous towelling designed with your guests in mind. Besides being totally passionate about the world of luxury linen, our team have one common goal in mind, they truly care about you and your customers experience. Our dedication to service is what sets us apart. We make your buying and selecting experiences easy and can source bespoke and customise items to match your brand. We use biodegradable plastic and regenerated cotton and seek to continually innovate within the market.
Linen Keeper of the Year Award Sponsor
CLEAN is one of the UK’s leading textile rental and laundry services company providing professional linen and workwear to the hospitality and manufacturing industries. CLEAN is part of the Alsco group of companies and therefore investment in people, modern facilities, cutting edge technologies and their transport fleet, ensures the consistent delivery of high-quality textile products and services to customers.
Porter of the Year Award Sponsor
UKHA is the professional association of UK Housekeepers. Join the UKHA as a Housekeeping or Associate member and benefit from lots of networking opportunities, career development training and enjoy a packed calendar of social events.
Why we support the UKHA/Triple H Awards:
Having worked closely with the UKHA, Mattison Contract Beds is once again sponsoring the Housekeeping Supervisor award at the UKHA Triple ‘H’ Awards – the Hotel Housekeeping Honours. Stephen Eccles, Managing Director of Mattison Contract Beds comments that “housekeepers are a crucial component within the hospitality industry and these awards are an excellent opportunity to show recognition to the hard work of all housekeepers. Mattison Contract Beds is proud to support the Awards and to bring focus upon the dedication and professionalism of the backbone of the industry – the housekeepers.” He continues that “the awards themselves are into their second year and, after a great night in 2019, the 2020 event is expected to be bigger, better and one to note in the calendars!”
With a range designed exclusively for the hotel and contract market, Mattison Contract Beds is one of the industry’s leading manufacturers of contract beds with over 150 years of experience. As a UK manufacturer, Mattison Contract Beds produce mattresses, divan beds, headboards, sofa beds, guest beds and bedding accessories which all comply with UK fire regulations. With an extensive portfolio of clients ranging from top hotel chains, independent and boutique hotels, cruise ships, through to interior designers, these are beds for business – designed for demand.
HHH Green Award Sponsor
Housekeeping Today UK is the new industry publication. The bi-monthly printed and online publication is devoted entirely to housekeepers and their suppliers, including the latest news of appointments and job opportunities, product launches, company profiles, interviews, campaigns and the work of the UKHA.
Originally launched in the 80s by Jack Fowler, the current publisher’s father, the magazine thrived. Having been sold on to a third party, it sadly ceased publication some years later. After in depth talks with the UKHA, the title was revived at the beginning of 2015, as a quarterly supplement in Laundry and Cleaning Today.
Now, with the support and encouragement of the UKHA and the wider trade, the magazine is strong enough to stand-alone and is set to once again become the leading publication for housekeepers in the UK and beyond.