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It’s as easy as 1,2,3 Step 1 The narrative of your entry, and the way you choose to position your business is vital when it comes to winning awards. Your story needs to be persuasive, of course, but it can’t read like a press release or a piece of marketing blurb simply blowing your own trumpet! Step…
TOP 10 Business tips – No. 9 Make your award efforts pay off Step 1Research previous winners of your chosen award Ask yourself – honestly – is your company of the same calibre, within your sector, as other organisations that have been successful? Would the award organisers be proud to announce you as a worthy winner?…
TOP 10 TIPS – No. 8 So you want to enter your organisation, or a valued member of your team – or even yourself! – for some awards, but don’t know where to start? No need for head scratching Step 1 Download our FREE GuideOur Ultimate Guide to Business Awards is specially written for newbies who don’t…
TOP 10 TIPS – No. 7 Less is more There is a temptation to include too much additional information in your award entry in the form of supporting documents, appendices, org charts and financial graphs. Choose only the best and most evocative statistics, images and testimonials to support your case and only include material if it…
TOP 10 TIPS – No. 6 Write powerful award entries First step Writing a winning entry to a business award takes a great deal of skill, time and resource so it’s important to invest effort in researching the most suitable awards and categories to enter in the first place. It’s not rocket science, but you’d be amazed how many…
TOP 10 TIPS – No. 5 Winning awards is key to your success! A study compared the financial performance of 120 award-winning companies across Europe against their industry competitors, tracking their results over 11 years. The award winners showed improvements after just a year of winning their first award.* Awards will: raise your profile and…
Number 4 in our TOP 10 TIPS for entering business awards successfully Go Global! No matter where you’re based, online searches mean your company is open for business 24/7, right around the globe. But how do you gain traction and credibility? Creating an international awards strategy can help you break into new markets. Focus on winning awards that your potential…
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