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Awards 2022

BECBC Awards Workshop

Considering entering the BECBC Awards but wondering where to start? This workshop is designed to prepare you to enter the best possible submission. Delivered by John Grainger, Head Judge, Jutta Devenish, Comms Consultant and Dianne Richardson, CEO.

We will cover:

  1. Picking your category/ies
  2. Answering the exam question
  3. Making it easy on the judges
  4. Covering WWWH-What, Why, When and How
  5. What's the outcome?
  6. Telling your story

BECBC Award entry criteria

Nominations open 15th December 2021 at noon and close on 28th February at noon.

To enter an award the organisation must have been a member of the Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster before 12th December 2021

• Sponsors may not enter an award in which they are involved.

• The organisers reserve the right to reject any entry if, in their opinion, it fails to comply with the rules or if that company has not fully paid their BECBC membership fee.

• By entering the business awards you are giving BECBC the right to feature and display submitted material in any editorial or PR work related to the business awards, the dinner or post-event.

• All shortlisted companies must be available to receive visits by a judging panel in March or April 2022.

• All shortlisted companies are expected to keep their shortlisting confidential until BECBC officially makes the announcement.

• All award judging will take place only in Cumbria.

• No materials will be returned.

• No correspondence will be entered into regarding the judging, shortlisting and awards process

Event Details

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Event Capacity: 15

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Blackwood Road
Workington, Allerdale
North West England, England
CA14 4JT
United Kingdom


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