We’ve warned you over and over, and now the day has finally arrived. So if you haven’t gotten your B&T Awards entry in yet, you’ve only got until 5pm today to do so!
The B&T Awards are around the corner, people!
Okay, maybe not around the corner, but they are only a few months away – which means it’s judging time.
And that means if you’ve left your entry to the last minute, you only have until the end of today to get your sh*t together, and get your entry in.
Because late entries for the 2018 B&T Awards will close today at 5pm!
These are the awards everyone wants to win – and it’s no surprise, given that they’re Australia’s biggest, longest-running and most entertaining awards for the advertising, marketing and media industries.
The B&T Awards are judged by a panel of industry experts, and for them to sift through the many hundreds of entries takes a little longer than a couple weeks. Which is why on-time entries closed last Friday, and why today is your final chance to get that entry in.
So stop whatever you’re doing, forget all your other work and get a wriggle on right here!
Winning one of these awards is no easy feat – you’ll need a killer entry to win. Which means you definitely should have started already. But no pressure.
To make sure you get your entry spot in (even in such a last-minute rush) double check the entry criteria right here.
And remember to keep an eye out for new and updated categories. There are 34 to enter into this year, including new categories:
- Experiential/Promotional Agency
- Marketing Consultancy
- Best Digital Services
And updated categories:
- Marketing Technology Company of the Year
- People & Culture Award – Over & Under 100 employees – previously named Employer of the Year
Again, late entries will close today at 5pm. That’s seven hours from now, and we believe in you.
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