Staff at Gas Tag are celebrating after being nominated for two national industry awards in a jam-packed start to 2020.
The company, which specialises in compliance technology, has been nominated for both a UK Housing Award and a Heating & Ventilation News Award.
Gas Tag has had a hugely successful start to the new decade, having launched it’s latest product, Fire Door, in January.
The UK Housing Awards is one of the biggest events in the housing calendar industry and brings together industry-leading professionals from across the UK. Gas Tag has been nominated alongside its sister company, Morgan Lambert, for Professional Services Partner of the Year.
Gas Tag’s partnership with London-based housing provider, Barnsbury Housing Association, has been nominated for Collaboration of the Year at the Heating and Ventilation News Awards. H&V News is one of the leading publications within the heating and ventilation sector.
John Roche, Chief Operating Officer at Gas Tag, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be nominated for another award.
“Achieving recognition within the sectors we operate is hugely important to us and demonstrates to prospective clients that our business and products are getting bigger and better each year.
“All of us here at Gas Tag are now looking forward to attending the ceremonies and hopefully returning as winners!”
Gas Tag’s award-winning gas compliance solution revolutionised the way gas safety was managed in the housing sector when it launched in 2018. The organisation is now using the same innovative technology to develop a full compliance suite to support housing providers and landlords manage safety through technology.
"Achieving recognition within the sectors we operate is hugely important to us and demonstrates to prospective clients that our business and products are getting bigger and better each year."
John Roche, Chief Operating Officer at Gas Tag
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