The day we’ve been warning you about for weeks is here, and it’s time to get your ducks in a row. Entries for the B&T Awards will close today at 5pm!
If you haven’t started your entry yet, we’re not mad, we’re just disappointed. But you can remedy that by getting your entry in before 5pm today.
In case you hadn’t caught on yet, that’s the on-time entry deadline. Today, Friday August 3, 5pm.
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. Forget any other work you have to do today and get started right here.
The B&T Awards are Australia’s biggest, longest-running and most entertaining awards for the advertising, marketing and media industries, and are judged by a panel of industry experts.
And all you have to do to win is enter! Which you must do by the end of today.
To repeat, entries close today at 5pm – and the entry fee is $399 + GST.
Here at B&T, we’re super understanding when happy hour at the pub prevents you from getting work done on time – which is why late entries close next week on August 10. But here’s the kicker: the entry fee for late entries is $499.
So to avoid paying that hefty late entry fee, enter right here, right now!
Think of outfit you could buy for the awards with all those savings.
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
You can also check out the criteria right here to make sure you get your (winning) entry spot on.
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