With only 2 months left of the year, start November with a bang and enter some of the last awards open in 2018. Take a look at our top November awards here.
Read our top six tips on how to create an award-winning presentation and find out how we achieve an outstanding 88% win rate for our clients.
Entering awards requires time and effort but the benefits of winning an award are immeasurable. Give yourself the best chance of winning by following these top tips on how to write a winning award entry.
Last week saw the finalists of the UK Customer Experience Awards arrive at Wembley Stadium to pitch their hearts out in the hope of taking home a coveted CX award.
It’s a new month, a new season, and there are new awards open for you to enter! Here are 3 awards open now and throughout October – deadlining in November.
The honours system rewards people for their outstanding achievements, those who have shown great commitment to serving and supporting Britain, and those who have demonstrated exceptional service to their industries, communities and professional disciplines.
Donna O’Toole August CEO and Awards Expert was awarded the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to Judging Award at the UK Employee Experience Awards.
On Her Majesty The Queen’s 92nd Birthday, 230 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise winners were announced. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the UK and recognise the best businesses in the country.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are one of the most prestigious awards in the world. The Queen’s Awards only have four categories open for nominations and a notoriously rigorous criterion to fulfil.
“We are hugely grateful to Donna’s partnership with our business and direct impact of super-charging team morale, retailer awareness of our business and bottom-line growth”
Join Donna at the Sussex Chamber’s Business Leaders Conference 2017 where she will teach you all the secrets to winning awards.
LinkedIn is a well-established social media platform for professional but we don’t always use it to our greatest advantage.