A great entry requires organisation, planning and communication. Below are five things to consider when entering the awards. For more details, be sure to download the entry guidelines.
Start Early: Give yourself plenty of time to prepare your entry. Take a look at the key dates to make sure you’re clear on the entry deadline to give yourself enough time to gather all the information needed.
Keep it simple: Read the entry criteria carefully and be sure to focus on what the judges are actually asking for in the judging criteria. Avoid any unexplained acronyms and make sure the entry is succinct, clear and easy to understand.
Prove it: Demonstrate your skill and expertise with statistical and testimonial evidence wherever possible, this will help bring your entry to life!
Check and check again: Remember, you don’t have to complete your entry all in one go! You can start today and log back in as and when suits you so make sure you check your entry thoroughly before submitting for poor spelling, grammar and typos. Put your best foot forward to give yourself the best possible opportunity to win!
Speak to your team: This is your chance to shout about your achievements. Make sure your colleagues, team members and senior managers know about the awards. They can provide you with invaluable information to help you write your potentially award-winning entry!