Enter your company and/or personalities for the awards today and if you are shortlisted, you will benefit from a host of opportunities putting your organisation in the spotlight, as recognised by the industry:
- Elevate your company profile within the AV industry
- Be recognised as the best of the best in your sector, judged by senior industry leaders
- Gain exposure and enjoy coverage about your organisation in pre- and post-event write-ups
- Exclusive use of the ‘AV Awards Finalist’ logo
- Meet and engage with influential figures and decision maker
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TOP TIPS FOR ENTERING
- To be eligible, all entries must relate to the past year: 01 February 2021 – 31 May 2022
- Make sure that you read and fully comply with the criteria
- Provide as much evidence of your results as possible
- Be sure that you have the correct permissions needed to reveal any potentially sensitive information
- Photos and images are useful to our judges
- You can start your entry online and save it to complete it at any point before the deadline
- Adding supporting documents - please zip your files into one folder and submit, this allows you to add more than one document or image file
- And lastly, don’t be modest, this is the time to brag about your biggest achievements!
THE JUDGING PROCESS
The AV Awards has a prestigious and rigorous two stage judging process to ensure independence and provide clarity on the shortlist and winner. Our independent panel of judges is made up of major industry figures, who read, review and discuss the entries to decide on the winners.
The transparency and security of the judging process is hugely important to us. For that reason, every judge signs a Non-Disclosure Agreement and all judges meetings are held in private, confidential environments.
The AV Awards team plus an independent panel of moderators supervise the judging process to identify and avoid any risk of bias and judges are asked to recuse themselves where they have a personal or professional interest.
To find out more about the judging process, click here.