Please note: The bullet points are just guidelines and don't have to be answered individually in order - use them as a basis to create your entry and as a GUIDE ONLY.

Don't just feel you have to submit blocks of text, feel free to submit a PDF or even video entry if you are feeling adventurous - make your entry stand out.

But remember, word counts and time limits still apply to multimedia entries - judges will mark down if over word count.

Click the heading of the category you are interested in to jump straight to the criteria.



 

RESELLER

Best New Business Win

Who can enter? This award is open to any UK-based firm that falls under the Reseller category - whether an integrator, MSP, system builder, VAR or service provider.

The business win - which can be in any vertical sector in any space, must have taken place between Jan 2018 and Jan 2019 to qualify for entry.

  • Describe the opportunity and what it involved on your part as the supplier - ie hours on tender, skills etc
  • How was the business won? i.e marketing initiatives/demos/site visits
  • Why was the business won? - ie track record of delivery (customer case studies), personal approach, vendor accreditations/certifications 
  • What was the deal worth to your company and how did winning it help company development?
  • What has winning meant for staff morale? 
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide a customer testimonial within the entry


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Sales Team


Who can enter? This award is open to any firm that falls under the Reseller category - whether an integrator, MSP, system builder, VAR or service provider - that has a standalone sales team.

The period the award covers is between Jan 2018 and Jan 2019 - so please detail successes of sales team during that period only to qualify for entry.

  • Brief background to the structure of the sales team(s), i.e experience and specialist skill sets and also personalities
  • Number of contracts won in past year with emphasis on new business
  • How fast your sales have grown (as a YOY % of the previous year).
  • Certifications/qualifications team has achieved during last year
  • Value provided to vendor partners
  • Value provided to customers
  • What is the team's biggest achievement of the year
  • Examples of innovation within the team which have led to success
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide a customer testimonial within the entry. (Vendor testimonials are optional).


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Marketing Campaign

Who can enter? This award is open to any firm that falls under the Reseller category - whether an integrator, MSP, system builder, VAR or service provider - that has engaged in proactive marketing activities during the year.

The period the award covers is between Jan 2018 and Jan 2019 - so please detail an end user marketing campaign that successfully ran during that period only to qualify for entry. It can be a social media campaign or a more traditional campaign. There are no restrictions. Images can be used.

  • What was the campaign (please describe) and when did it run? Was it social media based or another method? (please explain)
  • Why are you entering this particular campaign? What made it stand out for you? Why are you so proud of it? 
  • Which vendor/vendors was it in conjunction with?
  • Who was it aimed at? ie SMEs, Enterprises, Public sector (or other specific sectors)
  • How successful was the campaign? Use facts and figures to back up claims.
  • Was there anything quirky or unusual about the campaign that really got it noticed?
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide customer testimonials within the entry itself


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words and try to think about the judges when writing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are actively encouraged, and remember to inject personality into your entry.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Company to Work For - Sub £50m turnover

Who can enter? This award is open to any firm that falls under the Reseller category - whether an integrator, MSP, system builder, VAR or service provider - with a turnover of £50m or below. The company must pride itself on being a great place to work both in terms of results/growth, staff/employee satisfaction/motivation, CSR and general company culture. The period the award covers is between Jan 2018 and Jan 2019, so please bear this in mind when talking about particular activities, trips or incentives offered to employees. Images can also be used if you like.

  • Why is your company such a great place to work?
  • What do you think makes it stand out from your peers?
  • How does company culture help generate results?
  • Has your company used internal social media campaigns to generate a fun working environment? How has this enhanced the staff morale? Give examples
  • How does your company empower staff to do their jobs better? Give examples.
  • Can you give examples of CSR activities? i.e. Charity events etc.
  • How do you motivate staff and engender loyalty? This can include outlines of bonus/commission schemes, extra leave, holidays, prizes etc
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide testimonials from your staff within the entry itself


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

 

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Best Company to Work For - £51m+ turnover

Who can enter? This award is open to any firm that falls under the Reseller category - whether an integrator, MSP, system builder, VAR or service provider - with a turnover of £51m or above. The company must pride itself on being a great place to work both in terms of results/growth, staff/employee satisfaction/motivation, CSR and general company culture.

The period the award covers is between Jan 2018 and Jan 2019, so please bear this in mind when talking about particular activities, trips or incentives offered to employees. Images can also be used if you like.

  • Why is your company such a great place to work?
  • What do you think makes it stand out from your peers?
  • How does company culture help generate results?
  • Has your company used internal social media campaigns to generate a fun working environment? How has this enhanced the staff morale? Give examples
  • How does your company empower staff to do their jobs better? Give examples.
  • How are you addressing the gender pay gap and skills shortage that are evident in our industry?
  • Can you give examples of CSR activities? i.e. Charity events etc.
  • How do you motivate staff and engender loyalty? This can include outlines of bonus/commission schemes, extra leave, holidays, prizes etc.
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide testimonials from your staff within the entry itself


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words and try to think about the judges when writing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and video entries are actively encouraged, and remember to inject as much personality as you like into your entry.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less. 

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Manager of the Year - Reseller (nominated) - NEW!


This is a brand-new category for 2019 and it is your chance to nominate a manager that you feel has gone the extra mile for you and your colleagues. All we ask is a 100-150 word statement explaining who the person you are nominating is, what their job title is, how long they have worked at your company, and why you are nominating them for this award/what do you think qualifies them as the manager of the year.

The more nominations a person receives, the more likely they are to make the shortlist.

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Best Graduate and/or Apprenticeship Scheme - Reseller

Who can enter? This award is open to any firm that falls under the Reseller category - whether an integrator, MSP, system builder, VAR or service provider. The Graduate or Apprenticeship scheme must have run/be running from at least January 2018.

  • The skills gap is the number one problem many channel firms are facing. Describe how your company is looking to plug that gap with a dedicated Graduate and/or Apprenticeship scheme. 
  • Tell us about your particular programme and why you launched it/how long it has been running. Where do you get your Graduates/Apprentices from - how do they apply and how do you select them?
  • How many Graduates/Apprentices have you trained so far and are you planning on increasing this? 
  • Are you doing anything in particular to encourage more female graduates into your schemes? 
  • How long is the process and what do they do once it is finished?
    What have been the biggest challenges in running your scheme? 
  • Describe any particular success stories - ie, someone who has gone on to become a senior manager within your own company or has been headhunted somewhere and has done really well for themselves. 
  • REQUIREMENT: A testimonial from a graduate/apprentice within the entry itself - either a current one, or one that has flourished after completing their training with your company.

Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words and try to think about the judges when composing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

 

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DISTRIBUTOR

Best Sales and Marketing Support Team

Who can enter? This award is open to any company that falls under the distribution category, whether a volume player or value added specialist working in particular vertical markets.

The award is not limited to a certain size of company, so if you have thousands of customers or a few hundred, your entry will be given the same treatment.

The period covered by the awards runs from Jan 2018 to Jan 2019, so please bear in mind when writing entries.

  • Please provide a brief background to the team you are entering including their levels of experience and any specialist skill sets. What is the team called? Why are you entering this particular team?
  • Describe the characters in your team and how this helps with their success. Also any little quirks of the team would be interesting to hear about.
  • Outline the success of the team in terms of partner results in 2018. Please use partner/vendor feedback to illustrate this
  • Highlight examples where your team has effectively worked with reseller or vendor partners to develop a successful marketing campaign resulting in strong channel sales
  • Highlight an example where your team has worked with a partner sales team to win a key piece of business
  • REQUIREMENT: Include a testimonial - either vendor or reseller (or both) within the entry itself


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words and try to think about the judges when writing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF or multimedia entries are encouraged, and remember to inject personality into your entry.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Marketing Campaign

Who can enter? This award is open to any company that falls under the distribution category, whether a volume player or value added specialist working in particular vertical markets.

The award is not limited to a certain size of company, so if you have thousands of customers or a few hundred, your entry will be given the same treatment.

The period covered by the awards runs from Jan 2018 to Jan 2019, so please bear in mind when writing entries and referring to particular campaigns.

It can cover a social media/viral campaign or a more ‘traditionally' executed campaign.

  • What was the campaign and when did it run? How did it work? Please describe the campaign itself, what mediums you used to run it on (ie social media/online/print etc) and its title. 
  • Why are you entering this particular campaign? What makes it stand out?
  • Which partner was it in conjunction with?
  • Who was it aimed at? i.e. SMBs, Enterprises, Public sector (or other specific sectors)
  • How successful was the campaign - use facts and figures to back up claims. How many customers benefitted from the campaign? 
  • Was there anything quirky or unusual about the campaign that really got it noticed? i.e. did it use cutting edge technology, or go viral?
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide a customer (reseller) testimonial within the entry

Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Company to Work For

Who can enter? This award is open to any company that falls under the distribution category, whether a volume player or value-added specialist working in particular vertical markets. The company must pride itself on being a great place to work both in terms of results/growth, staff/employee satisfaction/motivation, CSR and general company culture.

This award is not limited to a certain size of company, so if you have thousands of customers or a few hundred, your entry will be given the same treatment.

The period covered by the awards runs from Jan 2018 to Jan 2019, so please bear in mind when talking about particular activities, trips or incentives offered to staff. Images can also be used if required.

  • Why is your company such a great place to work?
  • What do you think makes it stand out from your peers?
  • How does company culture help generate results?
  • Has your company used internal social media campaigns to generate a fun working environment? How has this enhanced the staff morale? Give examples.
  • How does your company empower staff to do their jobs better? Give examples.
  • Can you give examples of CSR activities? ie Charity events etc
  • How do you motivate staff and engender loyalty? This can include outlines of bonus/commission schemes, extra leave, holidays, prizes etc.
  • Please provide testimonials from your staff


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words and try to think about the judges when writing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and video entries are actively encouraged, and remember to inject as much personality as you like into your entry.

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Manager of the Year - Distributor (nominated) - New!

This is a brand-new category for 2019 and it is your chance to nominate a manager that you feel has gone the extra mile for you and your colleagues. All we ask is a 100-150 word statement explaining who the person you are nominating is, what their job title is, how long they have worked at your company, and why you are nominating them for this award/what do you think qualifies them as the manager of the year.

The more nominations a person receives, the more likely they are to make the shortlist.

 

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Best Partner Training Initiative

Who can enter? This award is open to any company that falls under the distribution category, whether a volume player or value added specialist working in particular vertical markets. The award is not limited to a certain size of company, so if you have thousands of customers or a few hundred, your entry will be given the same treatment.

The period covered by the awards run from Jan 2018 to Jan 2019, so please bear in mind when writing entries and referring to particular achievements/successes.

  • What training initiative are you entering? (brief description)
  • Why do you think it stands out?
  • Describe the training in a nutshell - who runs it, who it is aimed at, who developed the course, what vendor it is linked to, for example
  • How does the training initiative empower resellers? i.e. does it open new doors to them/help them attract new customers/increase their revenue potential? 
  • What proportion of your company turnover is made through training?
  • How much resource do you put into your training business in terms of staff, hours and money invested?
  • How is providing this training beneficial to your business? i.e. does it help keep you closer to vendor partners? Please elaborate. 
  • Name some particular partner success stories that have resulted from your training 
  • REQUIREMENT: Include customer testimonial in the entry to back it up.

Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words and try to think about the judges when writing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are actively encouraged, and remember to inject personality into your entry.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

 

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Best Graduate and/or Apprenticeship Scheme (Distributor) – NEW!

Who can enter? This award is open to any company that falls under the distribution category, whether a volume player or value added specialist working in particular vertical markets. The award is not limited to a certain size of company, so if you have thousands of customers or a few hundred, your entry will be given the same treatment. The Graduate or Apprenticeship scheme must have been running from, or further developed since January 2018.

  • The skills gap is a top challenge many channel firms are facing.
  • Describe how your company is looking to plug that gap with a dedicated Graduate and/or Apprenticeship scheme. 
  • Tell us about your particular programme and why you launched it/how long it has been running. Where do you get your
  • Graduates/Apprentices from - how do they apply and how do you select them?
  • How many Graduates/Apprentices have you trained so far and are you planning on increasing this? 
  • Are you doing anything in particular to encourage more female graduates into your schemes? 
  • How long is the process and what do they do once it is finished?
    What have been the biggest challenges in running your scheme? 
  • Describe any particular success stories - ie, someone who has gone on to become a senior manager within your own company or has been headhunted somewhere and has done really well for themselves.
  • REQUIREMENT: A testimonial from a graduate/apprentice within the entry - either a current one, or one that has flourished after completing their training with your company.

Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

 

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VENDOR

Best Partner Programme

Who can enter? Any firm that is defined as a vendor and operates a UK channel strategy. These can be vendors of hardware, networking and software in all vertical markets, but the business must have a significant channel presence in the UK to qualify and obviously a channel programme that has been in place for more than a year.

This can be a single or two-tier channel programme. The period covered for the awards is Jan 2018 to Jan 2019 so bear in mind when talking about additions/changes to programmes and the entry MUST be UK centric.

  • Briefly describe your partner programme - i.e. length of time in operation, how it works, size of partner base, how rebates work, how partners get involved, what it offers partners?
  • Do you have a partner portal? If so can you give some details of the benefits it provides partners?
  • How user friendly is it? Why do partners want to work with you?
  • How much time/money do you invest in your partner programme each year? Why does it stand out from the competition?
  • How does it help your UK partners? Do they enjoy working with you? Why?
  • REQUIREMENT: Provide a UK partner testimonial within the entry


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. They must be UK RELEVANT ONLY. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Partner Event

Who can enter? Any firm that is defined as a vendor and operates a UK channel strategy. These can be vendors of hardware, networking and software in all vertical markets, but the business must have a significant channel presence in the UK to qualify.

The event mentioned can be a brand new event launched in the past year, or an existing regular annual event. It MUST be a CHANNEL focussed event and not one aimed at end users.

It can be a UK based event or one abroad that you took UK partners to. But bear in mind the awards cover the period Jan 2018 to Jan 2019 when talking about events.

  • Please describe the event (including duration/location) and why you are entering it for this award
  • Please reference any outstanding results in terms of attendance
  • What benefits did it offer your reseller/distribution partners?
  • What fun/social elements did the event have? Was it tweeted about?
  • What sort of buzz did it create?
  • Why did partners attend? How many attended? 
  • What do they take away with them after the event? Have there been any significant business wins as a result?
  • What do you get out of it as the organiser? 
  • REQUIREMENT: Include testimonials from partners attending the event within the entry itself


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. They must be UK RELEVANT. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Company to Work For (Vendor)

Who can enter? Any firm that is defined as a vendor and operates a UK channel strategy. These can be vendors of hardware, networking and software in all vertical markets, but the business must have a significant channel presence in the UK to qualify.

The company must pride itself on being a great place to work both in terms of results/growth, staff/employee satisfaction/motivation, CSR and general company culture.

The period covered by the awards runs from Jan 2018 to Jan 2019, so please bear in mind when talking about particular activities, trips or incentives offered to staff. Images can also be used if required.

  • How many staff do you employ in the UK? Where are they based?
  • Why is your company such a great place to work?
  • What do you think makes it stand out from your peers?
  • How does company culture help generate results?
  • Has your company used internal social media campaigns to generate a fun working environment? How has this enhanced the staff morale? Give examples.
  • How does your company empower staff to do their jobs better? Give examples.
  • Can you give examples of CSR activities? i.e. Charity events etc.
  • How do you motivate staff and engender loyalty? This can include outlines of bonus/commission schemes, extra leave, holidays, prizes etc.
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide testimonials from your staff in the entry


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. They must be UK RELEVANT. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Marketing Campaign

Who can enter? Any firm that is defined as a vendor and operates a UK channel strategy. These can be vendors of hardware, networking and software in all vertical markets, but the business must have a significant channel presence in the UK to qualify.

The period covered by the awards runs from Jan 2018 to Jan 2019, so please bear in mind when writing entries and referring to particular campaigns.

  • What was the campaign and when did it run? How did it work? Please describe the campaign itself and its title. NOTE: This can be a social media-based campaign, email campaign, print campaign or any other form of campaign.
  • Why are you entering this particular campaign? Why does it stand out? 
  • Were any distribution partners involved? Please elaborate if so.
  • Who was it aimed at? i.e. SMBs, Enterprises, Public sector (or other specific sectors)
  • How successful was the campaign - use facts and figures to back up claims. How many resellers benefitted from the campaign? 
  • Was there anything quirky or unusual about the campaign that really got it noticed?
  • REQUIREMENT: Please provide partner testimonials within the entry itself


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. They must be UK RELEVANT. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Best Partner Website

Who can enter? Any firm that is defined as a vendor and operates a UK channel strategy. These can be vendors of hardware, networking and software in all vertical markets, but the business must have a significant channel presence in the UK to qualify and a partner website that has been in operation for more than a year.

Investment in the website must have taken place between Jan 2018 and Jan 2019 to qualify for entry.

  • Briefly describe the website and what its main functionalities are (pictures can be provided) 
  • Why are you entering your website? Why do you think it should win this award? 
  • What do you think makes your website stand out from the competition? 
  • How easy is it to navigate and for partners to find what they want?
  • Have you listened to partner feedback on your website? If so, what?
  • What are the best features of the website from a partner perspective?
  • How does using your website help resellers with their business?
  • How much have you invested in the website and can you prove demonstrable ROI on that investment? 
  • REQUIREMENT: Provide relevant UK Reseller testimonials in the entry

Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. They must be UK RELEVANT. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Technology Innovation Award

Who can enter? Any firm that is defined as a vendor and operates a UK channel strategy. These can be vendors of hardware, networking and software in all vertical markets, but the business must have a significant channel presence in the UK to qualify.

This award is aimed at a particular technology or technology set that has revolutionised business for channel partners and their respective customers over the past 12 months.

PLEASE NOTE: This is not an opportunity to market or sell a particular product or descend into techie speak, the award is aimed at describing how a product has actually helped make YOUR CHANNEL PARTNERS money. Bear in mind the awards cover the period Jan 2018 to Jan 2019. Partner testimonials are welcome for submission.

  • Briefly describe the product you are entering and why it is being entered for this award. Why do you consider it to be innovative?
  • How does it differ/standout from the other similar products that are on the market in terms of innovation - again keep it brief and focus on the business benefits, not the complexity of the technology.
  • What benefits has this product or product set you are entering provided for your channel partners in the past year - facts and figures are a must.
  • Demonstrate how sales of this product have increased through the channel in the past year and why (facts and figures needed)
  • Why does this particular technology innovation deserve this award? i.e. because it has made a huge difference to partners' business, customer take up has been phenomenal etc
  • REQUIREMENT: Back up your claims with testimonials from actual channel partners in the entry, and how this technology has helped their business in the past year. Get them to explain why they think this particular technology should win.


Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. They must be UK RELEVANT. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out.

If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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Manager of the Year - Vendor (nominated) - NEW!


This is a brand-new category for 2019 and it is your chance to nominate a manager that you feel has gone the extra mile for you and your colleagues. All we ask is a 100-150 word statement explaining who the person you are nominating is, what their job title is, how long they have worked at your company, and why you are nominating them for this award/what do you think qualifies them as the manager of the year.

The more nominations a person receives, the more likely they are to make the shortlist.

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Best Graduate and/or Apprenticeship Scheme (Vendor) NEW!


Who can enter? Any firm that is defined as a vendor and operates a UK channel strategy. These can be vendors of hardware, networking and software in all vertical markets, but the business must have a significant channel presence in the UK to qualify and the graduate/apprenticeship scheme needs to have been running or further developed since at least January 2018.

 

  • The skills gap is the number one problem many tech firms are facing. Describe how your company is looking to plug that gap with a dedicated Graduate and/or Apprenticeship scheme. 
  • Tell us about your particular scheme and why you launched it/how long it has been running. Where do you recruit your Graduates/Apprentices from - how do they apply and how do you select them?
  • How many Graduates/Apprentices have you trained so far and are you planning on increasing this? 
  • Are you doing anything in particular to encourage more female graduates into your schemes? 
  • How long is the process and what do they do once it is finished? 
  • What have been the biggest challenges in running your scheme? 
  • Describe any particular success stories - ie, someone who has gone on to become a senior manager within your own company or has been headhunted somewhere and has done really well for themselves. 
  • REQUIREMENT: A testimonial from a graduate/apprentice within the entry itself - either a current one, or one that has flourished after completing their training with your company. 

Written entries must be no more than 1,000 words, and try to think about the judges when composing them. They must be UK RELEVANT. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. PDF and other multimedia entries are encouraged, and you can add personality to your entry too to make it stand out. If you are submitting a video, please keep it to FIVE minutes or less.

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GENERAL

Best Channel Marketing/PR Agency

Who can enter? This category is open to all firms that class themselves as independent channel marketing agencies. This can be specific marketing teams, or specialist channel marketing firms.

Any projects/successes discussed in the entry must have taken place between Jan 2018 and Jan 2019. Images and screenshots can be included in this entry to illustrate points.

  • Please illustrate your size, set up and no. of channel customers
  • Please provide a case study of how you have worked with a vendor/channel partner to deliver a successful marketing project (MUST be channel related)
  • What do you think makes you stand out from the other agencies out there and why you should win this award?
  • Have you done anything quirky to help your channel customers achieve success? If so please explain
  • Can you provide stats and figures to prove the success of the campaign?
  • Please provide testimonials from channel partners


Entries must be no more than 1,000 words and try to think about the judges when writing them. Use plenty of spacing, bullet points and paragraphs to construct your entry to make them easier on the eye. Avoid corporate speak and make the entry UK relevant, using facts, figures and testimonials. PDF and multimedia entries are encouraged, and remember to inject personality you're your entry.

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