Below is a list of all our winners and Judges' Commended winners that we have announced over the last three days.
As part of a sponsored video series leading to the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards, Exclusive Networks' UK&I marketing director Rachel Jay and UK sales director Adam Williamson share their experiences, tips for success, and explain how their teams have...
In this bumper SMA video article with the event's sponsors, we ask a selection of our judges, finalists and sponsors to answer four key questions, sharing their experiences of lockdown and how they and their companies have evolved, coped with the many...
In this sponsored Q&A, part of the run up to the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards; NetApp's vice president, EMEA Partner Organisation Kristian Kerr (pictured), shares his thoughts on how the channel has coped during the global pandemic and how the vendor...
In this latest sponsored video, part of the countdown to the Sales and Marketing Awards, we speak to Exertis UK&I's managing director Paul Bryan, about lockdown, team work, and the vital role of the channel during the crisis. Plus much more.
Purechannels CEO: The worst thing you can do is go off the radar and stop connecting with your customers
In this sponsored Q&A with Glenn Robertson, CEO of Purechannels, we talk about the importance of communication, how the channel has excelled during lockdown, and how sales and marketing roles might look on the other side
In this sponsored Q&A linked to the 2020 Sales and Marketing Awards (SMAs), Exertis' UK and Ireland managing director Paul Bryan (pictured) talks about his pride in his team, why entering awards matters, and how he thinks the channel will evolve as we...
We explain how it will all work this year as we continue to celebrate channel sales and marketing success
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
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
The vendor's commercial channel director UK and Ireland explains what making the shortlist means to HP, and how important it is to recognise the hard work done by sales and marketing teams throughout the year
Congratulations to all the firms that have made the cut this year
Just a few hours left to get your entry in and be in with a chance of lifting an award
Answer these six questions to determine whether you are a snake, lion, monkey or elephant when it comes to your sales and marketing philosophy
For those that have been to the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards, one or several of these points will strike a chord!
The sales and marketing functions of a company are the reasons it either struggles or thrives. Those involved in these crucial activities deserve recognition. And past winners agree.
With reports estimating the IT skills gap cost the economy billions last year, it is more important than ever to invest in the next generation of talent. So why not shout about your achievements at the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards?
Stuart Fenton says social media marketing has been key to the Microsoft partner's growth since he took over in 2013 as he appoints former Insight stablemate Ashley Gatehouse as new CMO
If so, you really should enter the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards' Best Company to Work For categories
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
As GDPR catches its first major rule breaker, CRN takes stock of how it will affect sales strategies in the channel