What success measures should I include in an award entry?

Here’s number 2 in our TOP 10 TIPS for entering business awards successfully.  Put measures in place Clearly state your success metrics and try not to leave any gaps in your data. Don’t be too selective which figures/stats you provide as the judges won’t have the full picture.  You may need to gather information from diverse sectors…

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How do I write a successful award entry?

There are five ways to maximise your chances in any awards you enter: • Stress your strategic thinking and how you have adapted to events • Your financials are key – as well as core growth, look for extra examples of improvement wherever you can find them • Make the most of the full word…

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How do I impress the judges?

What judges are looking forIn any award, the judges will be looking for evidence of how you lead the field and innovate to improve. They want to know what business obstacles and industry challenges you have confronted and how you overcame them. They’ll be looking to see how you shape events, anticipate problems and identify…

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How do I tell if an award is right for me?

• Look at previous winners – would you like to join their ranks and be mentioned alongside their brands?• Look at the title – is it something you’d be proud to shout about, such as theNational Business Awards or the Best Business Awards?• Choose the right category – what will give you most credibility with…

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What are the benefits of getting awards?

The benefits of winning awards are significant and will contribute considerably to yourfuture success. Awards will• raise your profile and enhance your reputation• instil trust – the vital ingredient for success• fulfil your business and personal potential• acknowledge the recognition you deserve• attract new business or personal opportunities• allow you to put up your prices…

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Which award should I go for?

If you are unsure of which awards you want to enter and have the best chance of winning, we offer a bespoke Annual Awards Plan for the next 12 months for just £995 + VAT.  This service consists of:  A comprehensive list of awards that you can enter over the next 12 months, compiled by…

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What does the House of Lords do?

The House of Lords is the second chamber of the UK Parliament. It works with the House of Commons to: make laws check and challenge the actions of the government, and provide a forum of independent expertise The House of Lords Chamber spends about 60% of its time on legislation; the other 40% is spent on scrutiny – questioning…

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