Who Fancies an Award and Bragging Rights?
If the answer is yes, then make sure you enter the ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards 2019, says Kelly McErlane, events manager at ScotlandIS. There’s just over a week until entries close.
Digital Tech Awards have been running for nine years and are a great platform to showcase the ambition, talent and innovation that are inherent within our industry.
They recognise companies large and small, organisations with fantastic leadership and culture, world leading projects between industry and public sector, the use of data to truly transform your business, along with fintech, cyber security, new products or services, training programmes, agencies…the lot!
Entries close on Friday 15th February and, as always, I’m here to help with any last minute panics/confusion/doubts…
Struggling with your entry? Here’s my top tips:
- Make sure you’ve answered all the questions as fully as possible
- Show clearly how your nomination meets the criteria defined for the category
- Keep your entry concise and focused
- Do not exceed the maximum word count
- Provide evidence to support your entry. Supply performance data, costs, examples, testimonials or user feedback where you can. Remember though, only submit supporting evidence if it helps to support your success. Supporting information should be in PDF, jpg, xlsx or docx format – and less than 2MB in size.
While I know you might need to use technical language, trying to use less jargon and fewer buzzwords can sometimes help with clarity.
Remember judges will be reading lots of entries – so making sure yours is clear and easy to read will help everyone.
If you’re still not sure about what categories to enter – remember, all entries are free, and you can enter as many categories as you like – so just go for it!
Still struggling? Give me a call or drop me an email – 01506 472200 or Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll talk you through it.