Be Quick! B&T Awards Entries Close Friday!

Be Quick! B&T Awards Entries Close Friday!

Hey, guess what? B&T Awards entries close in just over 48 hours. We know, we know. Where’d the time go!? But now’s the time to get on it because as the old adage goes, you have to be in it to win it, agency land!

Entries CLOSE this Friday August 2 at 5pm. Get your entry in quick-smart or risk losing one of adland’s most prestigious awards.

These awards are the biggest and longest-running in the industry – and as champions of the industry, B&T want you to win a shiny trophy. Which, of course, you can only do by entering.

The entry fee is $399 + GST. And, if you really don’t have time to get your entries in by next Friday, late entries close 9 August. But be warned: the entry fee for late entries is $499. So if you want to save your hard-earned business moola, get your entries in by this Friday 5pm.

You can submit your applications here, and grab your early bird tickets here.

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

For all the other important stuff to know, head to the B&T Awards website. But to make things easy for you, here are some other key pieces of info to keep in mind:

  • Entries close: 2nd of August 2019

  • Late entries close: 9th of August 2019

  • Finalists announced:  20th of September 2019

  • Early bird tickets end 4th of October

  • Live-judging day: Friday 18th of October 2019 – Sydney

  • Awards night: Friday 22nd of November 2019 – Sydney

Shoutout to this year’s sponsors!


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