The CRN Channel Awards are celebrating their 25th birthday this year and we want to hear from the people that matter the most.
You are the people that make the industry (and the Channel Awards) what it is/they are today, and 2018 is the year for reminiscing and sharing those memories and experiences once again.
So, below we have a selection of questions about the industry in general, and the Channel Awards themselves, and we would love for you to answer a selection of them (or all of them) and send your answers back so we can use them in an article or two as we gear up to our big birthday celebration in November.
What is your favourite memory of the channel awards?
How many awards evenings have you attended?
What is the funniest/most memorable thing you have seen at the awards over the years?
What was your biggest bar bill at the channel awards?
What is the most seminal news story or event the channel has witnessed in the last 25 years?
What tech gadget were you not seen without in 1993?
What technological development over the last 25 years would most surprise your younger self?
Name one thing that's completely changed - and one thing that's stayed the same - about the industry over the last 25 years?
What's the secret to achieving longevity in this industry?
Looking back over the last 25 years, which tech figurehead has inspired the industry the most?
Complete this sentence: The best thing about the channel is…
Looking back over the last 25 years, what's the craziest client entertainment story on night out you can remember?
Please send your answers (and any pictures from bygone Awards evenings!) to [email protected]
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