Submitting a winning entry is not as difficult as some might think.
It really is a case of reading the criteria and trying to get your company's personality across, while at the same time backing up any claims with facts, figures and testimonials, as a selection of our judges explain in this short video. (see above).
But think about the judges when compiling your entry. Put in an entry that you are proud of and not just because you have rushed at the last minute. Keep your entry UK centric ONLY.
Put yourself in the judges' shoes. Have a read of our FAQs as well before entering.
See below video for advice from overall head of the judging panel Sara Yirrell on getting your entry spot on this year.
To enter the awards and read the criteria, click here. The deadline is Friday 12 July at 5pm.
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Ahead of the 2 July entry deadline, CRN catches up with some of our Channel Awards judges to discuss their top hints and tips for creating the best entry, why the awards are absolutely not a fix, and what you should avoid doing at all cost when creating...
Some Tongue-in-Cheek questions and answers to why you should enter the awards this year
Below is the full list of categories to enter in this year's Channel Awards
Some handy hints and tips to help you create that winning entry