CorpComms Awards 2017
Location: Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX
LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED BY ARRANGEMENT
The CorpComms Awards recognise excellence from across the communications industry, from City communications to public sector campaigns
Early Bird Submission
CorpComms Magazine are accepting late entries by arrangement only
1. Complete the entry form (download pdf)
Complete one form per entry, even if the same scheme is being entered in several categories. If multiple entries are being submitted, it is only necessary to complete the payment details on one form.
2. Write your executive summary
Summarise your campaign in up to 600 words. Do not exceed two pages of A4. It is advisable, although not compulsory, to include information under the following headings:
• Category entered
• Title of project
• Company name
• Budget of project (information will remain confidential)
Please note: in recent years judges have disregarded entries where budget information was scant or misleading.
• Target audience
• Implementation methods
• Definition and measurement of success
Please note: For the avoidance of doubt, category headings do not form part of the 600 word limit. The executive summary is the only part of an entry that the judges view prior to the judging session.
- 2a. Young achiever category
The executive summary should only include a biography and a supporting statement, up to a maximum of 300 words, from a senior manager. Entrants must be available for telephone interviews with the judging panel.
- 2b. In-house professional of the year
This category cannot be entered directly.
3. Compile two copies of all supporting materials
Supporting material will be made available to the judges at the judging session. It should provide them with a better understanding of the entry, enabling them to appraise its winning credentials.
Any of the following supporting materials may be supplied:
• Media coverage
• Media evaluation
• Sales figures
• Market share figures
• Printed communications
Supporting materials must be clearly labelled with details of the entry to which they relate. All electronic work must be PC compatible. Time is limited on judging day. It is advisable to mark on any DVDs the content that should be watched.
4. Entry form and supporting materials
Each individual entry must be sent in a single A4 plastic folder which clips securely closed. Please include an entry form and all clearly labelled supporting material in each folder. If a folder is not sufficient you may use a box file.
5. Deliver entry/entries to:
CorpComms Awards 2017
123 Blackstock Road
If you are sending entries by courier, please only deliver between the hours of 10am and 5pm.
Unless by prior arrangement, no entries accepted after Friday 18 August
Submissions by private and public sector organisations - £260+VAT = £312
Submissions by charities and not-for-profit organisations - £200+VAT = £240
PAYING subscribers to CorpComms Magazine are entitled to a £20 discount on each entry
All entries are judged by a panel of communications experts and in-house communicators. Judges are not precluded from entering the CorpComms Awards, but will be restricted from any consideration of their entries.