There is no set rule for required entry content as the nature of each entry can be quite unique, especially given the diversity of our categories. That being said, provision of the following examples (where relevant) would enable the judges to reach a fair evaluation of your submission:
- What was the brief/goal/initiative?
- What were the overall objectives?
- What research/preparation did you undertake in order to set the objectives
- What was the solution put forward?
- Was marketing an important aspect?
- What creative approach was adopted?
- How was it put into effect?
- Were there any challenges/obstacles?
- How were the challenges/obstacles overcome?
- Can you provide the names of your supplier companies?
- How was the project evaluated?
- What results were achieved, both in quantitative and qualitative terms?
Please note the above list is not fully comprehensive but
provides examples of what you should be thinking about
when writing your submission. Please make sure the judges
have all relevant information and keep your copy clear
We will need to see examples of the work with your entry, in the form of
supporting material - where possible use live examples
Supporting material guidelines - Please use the following guidelines
Files & Images
Images should be supplied in either jpeg, .jpg, .png, .gif or .pdf. You can upload a maximum of 11 files and images. Judges expect to see examples of testimonials, websites/ links, images, videos and other collateral utilised to demonstrate results. The maximum size of each image/file is 40MB.
Please provide two hero images for the Diversity in Events Awards
should you be shortlisted. Images should be supplied in either jpeg,
.jpg, .png • A4 Portrait:– 3508 x 2480 pixels, 300 ppi (pixels per inch) •
A4 Landscape:– 2480 x 3508 pixels 300 ppi (pixels per inch)
Website & Landing Pages
Please share URL links as a live URL link. Make sure any URLs are still
live when judging commences.
Your video should be uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo and the sharing link included on the entry form.