It has been a strange year so far, but CRN is working hard to keep everything as normal as possible under the tough circumstances.
So, despite a couple of deadline extensions allowing people to rightly focus on running their businesses through these difficult times, the time has come to finally get those entries polished off and submitted as the sun finally sets on the entry submission window.
Despite the awful effect Covid-19 is having on every single person and business around the world, there is all the more reason to focus on some positives and remember what a fantastic industry we are part of.
The channel is only as good as its people, and these awards are to celebrate all those achievements by the many wonderful people and teams in the reseller, vendor, distributor and marketing/recruitment space.
Best of luck to all those entering the SMAs and we look forward to seeing the entries.
To submit your entry and check criteria/Ts &Cs etc, please click here.
Thank you for your patience and support over these awards this year. It means a lot to us here at CRN.
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