Didn’t land your first serve? Avoid the embarrassment of a double fault and take another swing at getting your entry in for this year’s B&T Awards.
We know many of you would relish the opportunity to take on the industry’s top seeds, so keep the rally going and you could soon be proudly raising a piece of silverware in celebration!
Don’t forget, we’re helping you ace your entries with ‘How to Win a B&T Award’ – a new video series where a host of judges and previous winners share their tips and tricks on entering.
Check out a few pearls of wisdom courtesy of Mark Wheeler (Google), Sarah Gallon (Tourism Australia), Sangeeta Leach (The Leach Partnership), Lu Borges (BMF) and our very own editor-in-chief, David Hovenden.
This year’s B&T Awards will take place on Friday 12 November at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney. You can secure your spot now and take advantage of the early bird ticket price HERE, and then get your glad rags ready to celebrate a year of bloody hard work!
Here are the key dates to jot down in your diary:
Late entries close: Monday 26 July 2021 at 5pm AEST (late fee is $499 plus GST per entry)
Judging period: 1 August 2020 to 31 July 2021 (examples of work must have been active in market during this period)
Shortlist announced: Monday 13 September 2021
Live-judging day: Monday 11 October 2021 in Sydney
Awards night: Friday 12 November 2021 at Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Big thanks to all of our sponsors for this year’s B&T Awards. We wouldn’t be able to put on the industry’s favourite event without your support!
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