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
Chris Gabriel of Logicalis discusses how the role of the board will change in the 2020s
A tongue-in-cheek Q&A session on some of the questions we feel must be asked about the SMAs every year
Entry process for the longest-running sales and marketing awards in the channel is now open
A full list of the 21 categories for this year's awards
Some handy tips to follow before writing your entry
All the information needed to help you write a successful entry
All the information needed to craft a powerful entry
Follow this advice to help you write a winning entry
Specialist marketing and recruitment firms can also share in the awards glory in 2020
Tips on entering, all the categories, interviews with judges and much more
Congratulations to all those that took home an award last night, but also huge congratulations to all those shortlisted - it was a tough competition this year
We share some reasons why you should come along to the channel's biggest awards party this year. And yes, some are firmly tongue-in-cheek.
The channel is seeing the emergence of the 360 transformer; companies that are not only embracing digital technology change, but also cultural change. At an upcoming CRN event next month in association with Agilitas, hear from industry leaders such as...
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
Now the shortlist is out and the dust has settled, those who made the shortlist for our five 'presented' categories, are wondering what they need to do
Congratulations to all those who made the shortlist - your entries now go through to the second stage of judging in October
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
With the rise of shadow IT, everyone is now a technology provider. But is this a threat or opportunity for your business?