CRN's sister publication Channel Partner Insight (CPI) is launching a pan-European awards programme, giving MSPs the opportunity to pit themselves against the best in Europe.
The European MSP Innovation Awards will take place in London on 12 June and are completely free for MSPs to enter.
The awards will bring together Europe's highest-performing MSPs and MSSPs in the market today as well as the distributors and vendors which serve them.
The goal is to mark the successes of the MSPs and vendors that are at the forefront of the fast-changing managed services industry.
Whether you work at an MSP or at a vendor that sells into the managed services space, we want to hear how you're winning in an increasingly competitive and disruptive market.
Are you proud of your high customer satisfaction rating, are you winning in a specific vertical or technology area, or have you carried out a complex and groundbreaking project that is deserving of recognition?
It's time to see how your company stacks up with those on the rest of the continent.
We want to showcase the best that Europe has to offer. Entries for our awards, which include 10 MSP and 10 vendor categories, are now open and are completely free to enter.
Submit your entries to the European MSP Innovation awards here ahead of the entry deadline on 12 April.
Entries will be judged by Channel Partner Insight's editorial team.
About Channel Partner Insight
Launched in February 2019, CRN sister brand Channel Partner Insight (CPI) is a new title covering the European and global IT channel.
With journalists based in the UK and the US, CPI provides high-quality journalism for channel business leaders, taking a uniquely transatlantic view on the market.
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