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How to create a winning entry for the EN Supplier Awards

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The EN Supplier Awards return on 11 August.

With time running out to submit your entry, we’ve created a handy guide to helping perfect your submission.

The awards, brought to you by the Exhibition News team  celebrate the achievements and excellence of companies who work tirelessly to help deliver shows – the suppliers and contractors.

EN editor Emily Wallin says: “With a constantly changing landscape in which to operate the role of trusted, reliable suppliers is more valuable than ever.

“These awards recognise the huge importance that suppliers play in creating great trade shows and exhibitions.”

Here we give you some tips on how to create a winning entry.

  1. Evidence Make sure you back up any claims made in your application. Quantify every assertion with data that does not just say you did something but proves you are truly exceptional. Map out your entry to make sure you have all the data you need to verify your key points.
  2. Impact Judging awards is not just a box ticking exercise. To maximise your chances, make sure you induce a ‘wow’ response from the judges.  The extraordinary aspects of your achievements may seem obvious to you, but spell it out and do not leave it up to the judge to spot the miraculous from the mundane.
  3. Story Of course it is essential to meet the judging criteria and answer all the questions, but make sure yo udo it by telling a story. Include a dramatic opener with a clear challenge or vision, use an engaging tone and finish with a happy ending.

The EN Supplier Awards will be held on 11 August in London and are are free to enter. The deadline for submitting entries has been extended until 4 July.

For technical help compiling your entry, we have compiled a handy tutorial to help you use Lineup Ninja.

Guide to entering the EN Supplier Awards using Lineup Ninja

For any further advice contact the EN team enevents@mashmedia.net 



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