Time flies when you're having fun. And time has certainly flown where the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards are concerned.
The deadline for the awards expires today at 5pm, despite it only seeming like five minutes since they were launched back in January.
It is still not too late to get an entry together - with a quick read of the criteria and a bit of imagination - your company could be the one to shine on the night.
Whereas most awards centre on the company as a whole, the SMAs are dedicated to recognising the people and teams behind the brands, and showing their achievements and personalities. Just like the channel is all about people, so are these awards.
There are a number of new awards or reworked categories this year, so there really is something for everyone.
Is your company a fantastic place to work? Are your employees the happiest on the planet? Do you have a sales or marketing team that consistently outperforms? Are you, or do you have, an exceptional manager that deserves recognition? Then get your entry in today.
The awards evening itself is on 4 July at a central London location, and it is going to be a night for celebrating greatness.
Remember, CRN's awards are not about who spends the most amount of money during the year; winners are picked purely on quality of entry, regardless of the size of the company entering. The trophies really are anyone's for the taking.
For all the further information you need about entering the SMAs, click here.
After a very challenging year, we can finally reveal the shortlisted entries for this year's Channel Awards
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