Winning Awards is not about luck. It's also not about whether what you're entering is the best thing ever. It's about whether the judges think you're the best.
Creating a winning entry is not just about letting the facts speak for themselves. It's about telling a story, it's about pressing the right judging buttons, it's about getting your message across to a very particular audience.
Winning awards is good - they look good in reception, and are good for persuading prospective customers that you know what you’re doing, and they should trust you to work for them. Winning awards can help attract business to your company. So how can you be better at winning?
This half-day seminar will explore the things people do that help them win, and the things they do that make them lose. Anyone who is involved in preparing awards entries for their company will find this useful, and will find it helps them get their entry on the shortlist, and in the public eye.