The Laughology Happiness Awards 2016 - nominations closing soon!

23 September 2016

To mark their tenth anniversary, Laughology - a company founded by our author Stephanie Davies - are holding their inaugural Laughology Happiness Awards.

In their own words, œwe want to honour the happiness heroes who contribute the most to making their organisation the happiest place to work in the UK.

Do you consider yourself or those working around you to be the happiest in the UK?

Should you wish to enter yourself, a colleague, your business/employers, or your school for the awards, you can do so by following this link to download the appropriate entry forms before submitting your entry before midnight on the 17th of October.

You can also keep up to date with news and recent nominations for the awards here.

We at Crown House Publishing are pleased to announce that we will be a Diamond Sponsor at the event, sponsoring the Happiest School Award with the first prize being £1,000 worth of school vouchers of your choice as well as £1,000 worth of workshops for children.

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