While judging day 2020 may not be the same as last year when this video was filmed, a few of our judges share what gives an entry the best chance of winning a coveted Channel Award. You also get to see how judging day usually works and how much effort and discussion goes into picking the winners.
In appearance order on the video, the judges are:
Sara Yirrell, consulting editor at CRN
Bob Tarzey - freelance IT industry analyst and head of vendor judging panel
Denise Bryant - channel sales leader and industry veteran
Simon Meredith - lead consultant at Channelstar Media and head of reseller panel
June Thomson - former sales director, Business Partner organisation at IBM
Ian Kilpatrick - founder Kirian International ltd, and industry veteran
The entry deadline for the 2020 Awards is Monday 10 August at 5pm. Entries this year can be as basic as needed - Covid-19 has put time restraints on us all.
To submit your entry or check out the categories - please click here
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that the CRN 2021 Sales and Marketing Awards are now open for entry
Have a look at all the categories available to enter in this year's Sales and Marketing Awards
Please do have a read of these tips - they really are there to make the entry process a lot easier!
Everything a reseller needs to know about entering the 2021 Sales and Marketing Awards
All you need to know for entering the Vendor categories of the CRN 2021 Sales and Marketing Awards
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