The B&T Awards are fast approaching – and our judges are about to start sifting through all your fabulous entries. Which means if you haven’t gotten your entry submitted yet it’s time to get them in, fast.
Because you guessed it, entries are closing tomorrow at 5pm!
Which means you have just over 30 hours left to construct the best entry possible – or risk losing out on one of the industry’s most prestigious awards.
We know the awards aren’t until November, but our team of expert industry judges need more than a week or two to decide on the winners.
These awards are the biggest and longest-running in the industry – and we want you to win one of our shiny trophies. Which you can only do by entering.
So either finish your entry, stat, or get started right here so they’re good to go by 5pm tomorrow, which is the deadline for on-time entries.
To repeat, entries close on August 3 – and the entry fee is $399 + GST.
If you don’t get your entry done in time because you’re too much of a perfectionist, don’t fret – late entries close next Friday August 10. But be warned: the entry fee for late entries is $499.
So to avoid paying that late entry fee, enter right here, right now!
You can check out all 34 categories here – and keep an eye out for new categories like:
- 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
This year is a little different to last year, so check out the entry criteria right here to make sure you get yours spot on.
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