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Entry checklist

The basics...

  • A 200-word executive summary (supplied as a separate document)
  • No more than two additional sides of A4 (minimum font size 10) with a margin that will accommodate a hole-punch.
  • Is your entry legible? If the judges can’t read it, it may be disqualified. Entries are photocopied so do not use tinted boxes or reversed-out type.
  • Is your entry anonymous? References to the client and/or the product are acceptable, however do not make any reference to agency/consultancy or use brand/company colours within your submission except if entering:
  • * Writing Excellence
    * Excellence in Social Media Strategy
    * Excellence in Engagement Through Digital Channels
    * Excellence in Communication Through Creative Execution
    * The 90TEN Award for Excellence in Corporate Communications
    – Internal Stakeholders
    – External Stakeholders
    * Excellence in Corporate Reputation
    * Innovation in Healthcare Communications
    * All of the Individual, Team and Company Awards categories

  • Use the entry form to record your details.
  • Have you laid out the entry in a clear and concise manner?
  • Is it honest and authentic?
  • Have you written an interesting and compelling submission, which tells a story?

Does your entry...

  • Follow the entry format and fulfil the judging criteria?
  • Keep a careful balance between content, data, presentation and text?
  • Include benchmark data, critical success factors and key messages?
  • Demonstrate the innovation and creativity of the initiative or programme?
  • Provide evidence of the patient benefits and outcomes?
  • Show the sort of evaluation methods you employed?
  • Include a comment from the client and/or stakeholders supporting the overall effectiveness of the programme, indicating the value of the work in improving patient care?

Have you...

  • Written your entry specifically for the category being entered? Failure to do this will result in disqualification.
  • Focused your efforts? Invest time and effort in writing your entry submission - it must stand out from the rest and will pass or fail in the first round of judging on the submission alone.
  • Provided all items you refer to in your entry as supplementary materials? If your entry makes the first round cut, judges will want to see the items in full on the judging day.
  • Included a summary sheet with the supporting materials, detailing each of the supporting materials and clearly referencing where evidence can be found to support claims made in the entry about outcomes, such as shifts in awareness, attitude and reported behaviour, eg info on sample size, method of data collection etc. Entries will not be accepted without this document.
  • Supplied any press cuttings in full, with publication details clearly marked?
  • Made sure that all materials supplied can be viewed in both Mac and PC format?
  • Included all website detail’s including any passwords required to access any site you mention in your entry?
  • Included the original client/campaign brief (if available)?
  • Included a high resolution, print quality, colour photograph where specified?
  • Made a note of the judging day for interviews for individual, team or consultancy award categories? (Thursday 23 May 2019)
  • Filled in a separate entry form written specifically for each submission?
  • Enclosed full payment covering all entries?
  • Emailed your submission and entry form to Amy Watson, awatson@pmlive.com?

Sponsors

Key dates

Entry deadline 14 March 2019
Extended entry deadline 21 March 2019
Judging days 9 May and 23 May 2019
Awards Ceremony 4 July 2019

Contact information:

For sponsorship opportunities:
Sales Team
sales@pmlive.com
Tel: +44 (0)1372 414200

General event enquiries:
Debbie Tuesley
dtuesley@pmlive.com
Tel: +44 (0)1372 414243

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