If you haven’t started on your B&T Awards entry yet, the time is now! Time is officially running out, and on-time entries will close in just three weeks time!
And yes, we know the awards aren’t until November. But for our panel of expert judges to sift through all your wonderful entries, they need a longer time period than two weeks before the event. Sorry.
The B&T Awards are Australia’s biggest, longest-running and most entertaining awards for the advertising, marketing and media industries – and you could win!
All you have to do to win one of our shiny trophies is enter. Crazy, right?
But here’s a pro tip: the earlier you submit your entry, the better it’s going to be – which makes your chances of winning higher.
Which means you’ve got just three weeks to get a tip-top entry in, before it’s too late.
On-time entries close on August 3 – and the entry fee is $399 + GST.
If you’re a little too good at procrastinating and don’t get your entry done in time, no worries – late entries close a week later on August 10. But here’s the kicker: 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
If you’re still a little bit confused (it is Friday, after all) you can view the criteria right here to make sure you get your entry spot on.
Again, you can get started on those entries here to have a sure-fire chance at winning, and grab some super duper early bird tickets here (for when you obviously win and need to celebrate with a champagne or six).
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