A handful of our Sales and Marketing Awards judges discuss why the awards are so important for the industry, why they enjoy being part of the panel, and what they are hoping to see in this year's entries
If you have any questions about the 2021 Sales and Marketing Awards, hopefully they will be answered below. Some of the answers may be a little tongue-in-cheek, but we all need a bit of humour in our lives, right?
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that the CRN 2021 Sales and Marketing Awards are now open for entry
All you need to know for entering the Vendor categories of the CRN 2021 Sales and Marketing Awards
After the winners were announced at the first ever Virtual CRN Awards last night, see who scooped the trophies this year in one of the closest-run competitions we have ever seen
Below is a list of all our winners and Judges' Commended winners that we have announced over the last three days.
We explain how it will all work this year as we continue to celebrate channel sales and marketing success
An important message from CRN about the eagerly awaited Channel Awards 2020
Some handy hints and tips to help you create that winning entry
For this year ONLY, the SMAs will be celebrated in living rooms and offices around the country rather than as a face-to-face event. We explain how it will work below
Please submit your entries for the SMAs by 5pm on Friday 17 April
In these unprecedented times, we feel the decision is right to give people a few more days to get their entries submitted
The deadline has moved to Wednesday 8 April and the event itself will take place on Thursday 17 September
Because we are asked the same questions each year, we thought it would be good to hear from the judges on what they are looking for in an entry and what will score extra points. They also share what makes them turn off and mark down as well
Winners explain how taking home a trophy has given them a boost
In the first of a two-part article, hear from the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards' judging panel on why all companies that are serious about building their brand and attracting customers should be entering these awards
A quick run through of category additions, tweaks and what has been dropped this year
Entry process for the longest-running sales and marketing awards in the channel is now open
Tips on entering, all the categories, interviews with judges and much more
Channel Awards winners are selected via a two-stage judging process. Now, for the first time, Sara Yirrell shares how stage two of the process works
Just hours left to get your entries in on time
Congratulations to all those who won and also to those who were commended by the judges
Below we explain why it is worth entering the longest-running awards in the channel
Today is the day we launch the 2019 Channel Awards, and this year there are some old favourite categories returning this year by demand
All too often, there are firms that submit awards entries that fail to even make the shortlist. Where are they going wrong? What can they do to avoid this happening? In the second of our two-part feature, we ask our judging panel what would stop them...
Every year CRN is asked what the judging panel actually looks for in an entry. Read about what will get this year's judges scoring top marks in the first of this two-part judging spotlight
Awards categories are just like Marmite - but there will always be something new and exciting to enter with the SMAs, writes Sara Yirrell
It is once again time to start sharing your success stories as the entry process for the 2019 awards officially opens
A round-up of Salesforce's conference in San Francisco
The first judging day took place in August and we are delighted to announce the 2018 shortlist.
Apay Obang-Oyway, director of cloud and software at Ingram Micro, believes diversity is a broad issue, but it should not outweigh meritocracy
What is it that CIOs/MDs/CEOs actually want from their IT suppliers? What technology is top of their wishlists for the future? Find out at an exclusive CRN event in September.
Vendor talks up partner relationship at Inspire global conference
Who remembers all the comedians we have seen over the years? Sara Yirrell mulls over some of the big names the CRN Awards have attracted
How did they become what they are today and why do they still matter?
If your partners are not nominating your channel chiefs for CRN's newest award, then it doesn't look that way
Insight's UK managing director and senior vice president of EMEA marketing talks to CRN about the value of diversity, the importance of meritocracy, and the many initiatives her firm supports to ensure a balanced workforce
Have you attended the Channel Awards multiple times, or experienced your first ever awards in the past year? We want to hear from you!
In this second part of our 'meet the judges' articles, we ask our panellists how they feel entries have improved over the years, and also what their reply to the dreaded phrase "the awards are a fix" actually is. If you are of a sensitive nature, be warned....
As the CRN Channel Awards gears up to celebrate its 25th birthday in November - we catch up with some of our judges - several of whom have been involved for multiple years since the judging process was introduced - to see what they enjoy about judging,...
BT boss Helen Slinger: 'Coaching, mentoring and sponsorship are key elements in helping women progress up the career ladder'
BT's director of Product Supply Business (PSB) explains why encouraging other women is very important to her
Lindsey Fish, founder of Mums Enterprise and a CRN WiC judge, explains how perceptions about working mums are slowly changing, in part due to Brexit
Alex Tatham explains how Westcoast is interacting with local schoolchildren near its bases to encourage both sexes to consider IT as a career
Today marks the launch of the 2018 Channel Awards and we are also celebrating our 25th birthday
The answer to this question and more is covered in this tongue-in-cheek Q&A session
Today we are pleased to announce the 2018 CRN Sales and Marketing Awards shortlist. It was a tough competition this year so congratulations to all those on the list.
Sara Yirrell explains why CRN has waited until now to launch this initiative