Over 800 nominations have been made for the 2020 CRN Women in Channel awards, a steep rise on previous years.
You can check out the list of individuals and organisations that have been put forward here.
This year we had 821 nominations for 381 individuals.
That's a steep rise on the 526 and 385 nominations received last year and in 2018.
Each person or company nominated was on Tuesday invited to fill in a brief questionnaire (or questionnaires) to formally enter the awards. The questionnaire deadline is Friday 19 June.
To make things easier, this year we have streamlined the questionnaires. But these top tips on how to impress the judges still apply this time around.
After this stage, we will draw up a shortlist that will then be put before our panel of judges.
The winners will be announced at CRN Women in Channel Awards event on 15 October.
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