Sharing is caring

Sharing is caring Those of you who receive our weekly Top Tip emails will know how we like to break down the entire awards entry process into stress-free snippets of sound advice. (Those of you who don’t as yet receive our weekly Top Tips emails should arrange to get onto our mailing list as soon…

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Growing Innovation

Many companies strive to be innovative.  Some even pursue awards which specifically recognise this feature, but how exactly can businesses encourage innovation within the workplace and amongst employees; or is it just something which needs to happen organically rather than being forced? It’s true to say that there are many industries which attract the more…

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The Awards Journey

We appreciate that our readers will be at very different stages within the awards process (or, indeed, not yet convinced that the process is for them at all) and we, therefore, thought it might be useful to put together – as much as we can – an idea of what a typical ‘awards journey’ may…

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Cut the Jargon

Today we turn our attention to the subject of jargon.  For the purposes of clarity (after all that is what we always seek here at The Awards People) let us begin with the Oxford Dictionary definition;   jar·gon noun Special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult…

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Rule 1 – Follow the Rules

This week it was announced that BAFTA has bent its own eligibility rules in allowing the BBC TV series ‘Killing Eve’ to be nominated for a number of their awards this year.  This has come as quite a surprise to some as in past years the academy has stuck rigidly to the rule that TV…

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The Real Story is in the Words

At the Awards People we’re big fans of word clouds.  We love the way that you can express lots of things in just one glance and we’d love to have one here to represent the feelings our clients and colleagues express when speaking of their involvement with awards.  Sadly word clouds don’t make for particularly…

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One would like to announce…

It’s that very exciting time of the year again; we can hardly contain our excitement at The Awards People HQ. The Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2020 is now officially open!   The dates The Award opened on 1st May 2019 and will close for entries on 10th September 2019.  We cannot stress highly enough that…

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King Richard Leicester

And the award for the best city is…

Being Leicestershire based, we’re always pleased to see good things being reported about our city and, wider, the East Midlands region. We genuinely love it here! With hundreds of acres of beautiful countryside and a vibrant, diverse community within the city, it really does have so much to offer, but it sadly seldom receives the…

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Too many awards. Absolutely not

“Aren’t there just awards for everything nowadays?” Well, it’s true that there are many different awards out there, capturing the very best of what’s going on in every sector and industry, but wouldn’t it be much worse if we were to limit what could be awarded and, in doing so, alienate those businesses and individuals…

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Don’t be a Blatherskite

Word of the day We noticed with great interest the other day that the Oxford English Dictionary ‘Word of the Day’ was ‘Blatherskite’. You may think it was perhaps just a quiet day at The Awards People HQ but no, we are always interested by the subject of language and the wonderful things which can…

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