Right now, there are a lot of worried people in the channel as the horrendous Covid-19 situation continues to threaten our economy, but above all, our health.
The key aim for many people over recent weeks has been to secure a stable future for both valued staff/team members and customers alike, so it is understandable that eyes have been taken off the awards entry ball for a while.
With this in mind, CRN has decided to extend the Sales and Marketing Awards deadline by another week, making the new deadline Friday 17 April.
We really hope this helps all those companies who are keen to shout about their many impressive achievements and teams over the past year, but who have rightly had to focus on other more pressing issues for obvious reasons.
Deadline extension is not something CRN takes lightly, because in the past, quite rightly, it has caused irritation from those who have managed to hit the original deadline.
But we hope you understand that, in these unprecedented times, we are all just trying to be a little kinder, supportive and more tolerant of each other.
To submit your entry and check it matches the criteria - please click here.
The best of luck to you all.
Please stay safe.
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