Made in Yorkshire Awards now open for entries

It’s time to fly the flag for Yorkshire manufacturers, could your business be the next big winner?

Insider have announced that entries are open for the Made in Yorkshire Awards, which will take place on Thursday, 7 March 2024.

This event celebrates world-class companies based in Yorkshire and the Humber and the products they are making here and selling across the world. 

Entries are now open in the following categories:

  • Digital Technology Award
  • Manufacturing Innovation Award
  • Export Award
  • Food and Drink Award
  • Sustainable / Ethical Manufacturer Award
  • Future Talent Award
  • Apprentice of the Year
  • Medical, Life Sciences and Healthcare Award
  • Manufacturing Start-up Award
  • Manufacturer of the Year (under £25m)
  • Manufacturer of the Year (over £25m)

Deadline to enter: Thursday 2nd November

Taking place at New Dock Hall, Leeds, LS10 1LT on Thursday 7th March 2024 - 7:00pm - 10:45pm.


The evening offers your organisation the opportunity to boost its profile. With a cross-section of companies to meet, you will be able to make new contacts and gain valuable insight into how other businesses in the region are winning new orders and addressing challenges unique to their industry.

Winners will automatically be entered into the national Made in the UK Awards taking place in June 2024.

It’s time to fly the flag for Yorkshire manufacturers, so enter now and join us on 7 March for this prestigious black-tie event.

Headline Sponsor: Made Smarter Yorkshire & Humber.

Made Smarter could help your business in Doncaster:

If you’re a manufacturing business that is looking to increase technology usage and expand your business capabilities, the Made Smarter UK programme could help you access advice, support and even grant funding.

If you join the Made Smarter programme, you could access:

  • Impartial advice from a team of digital specialists
  • Creation of a digital roadmap for your business
  • Access to a digital native to help with technology strategy or implementation
  • Enhancing your digital skills with a dedicated learning hub
  • Funding to support the purchase of hardware and software

For more information please contact our Investment Projects and Innovation Officer, Lisa Whalley, on 01302 736736 or email: