How to Win an Award

Date: 02/05/2019
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue: Accelerate Places Manchester
Ticket Type Price (ex. VAT) Quantity
Individual Ticket £50

 

Overview

Winning an award can transform your business, it can establish you as best in class in your industry, help you win new business and raise your profile. This early evening workshop delivered by David Edmunson-Bird and will help you understand which awards competitions you should enter, which are the right categories to pick, learn how to write an award-winning entry, get an insight into what judges are looking for, understand how judges score your entries and get some top tips to help you make the shortlist and hopefully get the triumph you deserve.

This is a unique opportunity to hear from the judges and ask them questions about your entries and campaigns.

Event Timings

18:00 – Drinks & Networking

18:30 – 20:30 – Seminar

 

Workshop Leader

 

David Edmundson-Bird, Principal Lecturer in Digital Marketing & Enterprise

David is Principal Lecturer in Digital Marketing at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he leads a team of specialist digital marketing academics, and runs a number of digital communications programmes.

He is Course Leader for Manchester Met’s newly launched Global E-Learning MSc in Digital Marketing. He also set up the first UK MSc in Digital Marketing in 2007, a programme that has now graduated nearly 350 high-profile professionals into the sector. He has enjoyed several spells in academia as well as senior management roles in the digital sector, helped to set up Manchester’s second web design agency back in 1995, and was recently appointed to the Board at FutureEverything. He is a trustee of The Education Trust.

 

To find out more, visit the website: www.prolificnorth.co.uk
@ProlificNorth


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A guide to a successful entry by David Edmundson-Bird

Are you considering entering into one of our award schemes but aren't sure what it takes to complete a winning entry? David Edmundson-Bird, a renowned judge of multiple awards, has put together his top tips on what the panel looks for during the judging process.

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