FAQs

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When is the entry deadline?

The deadline for entering will be Friday 12th July 2019, 5pm.

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How much does it cost to enter?

Entry to the Conservatory & Orangery Awards is FREE

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What are the benefits of entering the awards?

Maximise your brand’s visibility, increase credibility, boost staff morale and win more business

The PR opportunities that come with making the Conservatory & Orangery awards shortlist, or even winning a category, mean your business will be in the spotlight for all the right reasons.

The awards are free to enter and if your company or product is lucky enough to make the hotly contested shortlist, you’ll immediately benefit from the publicity surrounding this announcement through all the Glass & Glazing Products channels.

Winning one of the Conservatory & Orangery Awards categories can open doors to getting new contracts, identify new supply channels and help break into new markets.

Comments from the experienced panel of judges from within the industry about why you won can be used as quotes in press releases, and add the award logo to your website and other marketing materials.

To find out more about the exposure you’ll gain through the audience covered by GGP, please view the GGP media pack

To view an example Winners Brochure, handed to all attendees at the C&O Awards Luncheon and promoted post-event please click here (Pitched Roofing Awards - another MA Business event that follows a similar model)
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How many entries may I submit?

There is no limit on the number of entries you may submit. However, you should avoid duplicating entries across multiple categories instead, tailor the entry specifically to the criteria of the category you are entering.

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May I submit on behalf of a client?

Yes, although their permission must be obtained. You will be asked to provide contact details of a senior person at the organisation. We may or may not contact this person.

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What is the difference between the entry document and supporting material?

The main component of your entry is the entry document. All key information listed in the criteria for the category needs to be in the entry document and not in the supporting material. Supporting material is optional and may be submitted in addition to the entry document. It should be used to illustrate/demonstrate what is in the entry document. Whilst supporting material is important and helpful to the judges, we ask that you keep these documents to a reasonable amount. 

Please note that MA Business will not be held accountable for loss or damage to supporting material in the physical form.

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What happens after I have submitted my entries?

Once you have submitted your entries they will be processed by the awards team, ready for judging. The shortlist will be announced mid-June and the final judging takes place at the end of June.

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When are the winners announced?

The winners are announced at an awards lunch on Wednesday 30th October, in Manchester. Please keep this date free in your diary.

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Can I Sponsor the awards?

Sponsorship of the awards is possible. For more information on availability and options contact: 

Sat Dhillion
Tel: +44 (0)1322 221144 
Email: sat.dhillion@markallengroup.com