CorpComms Awards 2019
Location: Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX
Enter the CorpComms Awards - whether you have a creative video, a stellar in-house team, or a campaign to knock our socks off, make sure you're in it to win it!
Deadline: 9 August 2019
Download the entry form below:
Early Bird Submission
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- Entry form
It is only necessary to complete one form, even if multiple entries are being submitted. Simply tick the relevant boxes, but specify if several entries are being submitted to a single category. Please include a contact number that is regularly monitored. But if entries are being sent in batches, then each batch will require a separate entry form.
- Executive summary
Summarise your campaign in up to 600 words. Do not exceed two pages of A4. This is the only part of the entry seen by the judges prior to judging day: make it count. It is advisable, but not compulsory, to structure your entry under the following headings - which do not form part of the word count.
1) Category entered
2) Title of project
3) Company name
4) Agency (if relevant)
5) Budget of project (please make clear if this must remain confidential)
6) Objective or brief, including a definition of success
7) Target audience
8) Strategy and implementation
Please note: It is possible to submit the same entry to multiple categories, but each category will require a separate submission and entry fee.
- Supporting materials
Two copies of supporting materials are required. These can make or break an entry. Choose them wisely. If the entry states that a campaign achieved 300 pieces of media coverage, it is not necessary to send each cutting. Instead, choose one or two key pieces. If online links are provided, please ensure passwords are included and that these do not have a short expiry date as judging takes place in September. Each item of supporting material should be clearly labelled with the name of the entry and category to which it relates.
Please note: If an entry is submitted into multiple categories, include additional copies of supporting materials.
Each individual entry plus related supporting materials should be placed in a single A4 plastic folder, which can be securely closed. If a folder proves insufficient, a box file may be used.
Please deliver entries to
CorpComms Awards 2019
123 Blackstock Road
London N4 2JW
If you are sending by courier, please ensure deliveries are made between 10am and 5pm.
Entries must include a short biography, photograph and a supporting statement of up to 500 words submitted by the candidate’s senior manager.
In-house professional of the year
This category cannot be entered directly, although suggestions (and reasons why a candidate deserves such an accolade) can be made FREE OF CHARGE for the consideration of the judging panel. Please note: The in-house professional of the year must be director level or above.
If a PO needs to be raised, this must be done before entries are submitted. Similarly, all details necessary for Hardy Media to achieve ‘approved supplier status’ must be submitted as soon as possible. We accept credit or debit cards.
If invoices need to be raised, these will be addressed to the contact details quoted on the form, unless otherwise instructed. If invoices need to be sent to an alternative address, please notify email@example.com.
Please note: Entries submitted for the early bird deadline must arrive by this date. It is not possible to ‘book in’ for the early bird. Any entry with fees outstanding on 2 September will be withdrawn and payment still required.
The not-for-profit rate only applies to not-for-profit organisations entering on their own behalf, and not for agencies or companies submitting applications involving charities. Overseas entries The CorpComms Awards are designed for UK-based organisations. However, entries from overseas organisation will be considered if the work has been conducted on behalf of UK-based clients or has a British element.
Our judges will act with discretion regarding the information they view. However, CorpComms Magazine does use information from the executive summary to promote the winners, and shortlisted candidates, both in the publication and online. All winning entries will be written up for the Book of the Night. If aspects must remain within the confines of the judging room, please make this clear on the executive summary.
Early bird deadline: 19 July
Final entry deadline: 9 August
Download the entry form below
Early bird submissions before 19 July
Private and public sector £280+VAT = £336
Not-for-profit £220+VAT = £264
Helping hand* £220+VAT = £264
*‘Helping hand’ is for start up agencies less than 18 months old or one-person operations
Entries submitted after 19 July
Private and public sector £350+VAT = £420
Not-for-profit £250+VAT = £300
Helping hand* £250+VAT* = £300
FINAL DEADLINE: 9 August 2019
Table of 10 @ £2,750+VAT = £3300
Table of 12 @ £3,225+VAT = £3870
Space[s] @ £275+VAT = £330
Charity space[s] @ £200+VAT = £240
Judging will take place in mid-September by a panel of communications experts.