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Winning business awards – improve your chances with a great submission  

If you’re considering entering a business award, take note of these important tips to radically improve your chances of winning. Play by the rules Truly, there’s no point entering if you believe that instructions such as, ‘In no more than 500 words…’ or ‘Show evidence using sales growth figures’ don’t apply to you. They do. And if you don’t comply, your award submission will end up in what’s euphemistically referred to as the ‘circular file’. Award entry rules are there…

Winning business awards – improve your chances with a great submission   was last modified on November 7th, 2018 by Proof Communications Author
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And the winner is…

Did you know that Proof Communications writes around 50 award entries for companies and businesspeople every year? Of these, 95 per cent become finalists and an impressive 59 per cent go on to win. We also write successful Order of Australia nominations. Your success Whether you’re entering a local, state or national award, it’s vital that your unique story comes across clearly. As experienced wordsmiths, we know how to transform a multitude of facts about you, your business and your achievements into a…

And the winner is… was last modified on October 19th, 2018 by Proof Communications Author
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Business Awards – You’ve got to be in it to win it 

Every week, some lucky person becomes obscenely wealthy overnight after their numbers come up, and millions of Australians curse their own bad luck. If only they’d had the foresight to buy a ticket. Winning a business award, however, is nothing to do with luck and undoubtedly requires a shedload more effort than a quick trip to the newsagent. But here’s why entering really is worth it.  Assess your business performance. Most business awards require you to provide evidence of growth,…

Business Awards – You’ve got to be in it to win it  was last modified on September 4th, 2018 by Proof Communications Author
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Is it worth hiring an award writer?

The boost that comes from winning a business accolade – be it a major national competition or a smaller local or industry award – can be enormously beneficial to you, your employees, and the business you’ve worked so hard to build. Your clients love it when you win because it vindicates their decision to choose your product or service. And potential clients are far more likely to become bona fide customers once your bright and shiny award win is unashamedly…

Is it worth hiring an award writer? was last modified on February 12th, 2018 by Proof Communications Author
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Telstra Business Women’s Award: winning tips from a Telstra Business Award winner

The announcement of Artlivemedia as winners of the prestigious 2016 Telstra New Business Award (Victoria) is glowing testament to this dynamic digital agency’s runaway success after a mere 18 months in operation. Founder and CEO Michelle Bourke believes that recognising when you need to bring in the professionals was a major contributing factor in creating a winning award entry. “When you’re writing about your own company, it can be difficult to gain perspective. I had the internal knowledge, but to…

Telstra Business Women’s Award: winning tips from a Telstra Business Award winner was last modified on July 10th, 2017 by Proof Communications Author
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How to win Business Awards

Winning business awards has so many upsides: They raise your personal profile and the profile of your business; clients or customers like it as they are associated with you; it’s great for the morale of your staff; and it attracts new employees and potential investment. It’s great for your corporate CV. If you ask anyone who’s entered an award, even if they didn’t win, they will tell you how much they benefited from the process. Entering awards forces you to…

How to win Business Awards was last modified on August 28th, 2018 by Proof Communications Author
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How to go about winning a business award

Apart from the obvious advice of needing to enter in the first place, there are heaps of other ways you can boost your chances of winning a business award. Here are some helpful hints to get you up there on the winner’s podium, smiling for all you’re worth and enjoying all the accolades. Are you really in with a chance? This is the very first question you need to consider: Is this the right award for my business? Entering can…

How to go about winning a business award was last modified on July 10th, 2017 by Proof Communications Author
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Why you should enter your business for an award

A new report reveals business awards are 100% more likely to be won by companies who enter them than by those who don’t. This groundbreaking research also suggests that some businesses have yet to make that important connection. Said one leading builder after failing to win a prestigious housing award, “We were clearly miles better than the competition. The judges should have looked beyond the fact we didn’t get our act together and put in an entry.” But all joking…

Why you should enter your business for an award was last modified on July 10th, 2017 by Proof Communications Author
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Three Tips to Winning Business Awards

Winning business awards has so many upsides: They raise your personal profile and the profile of your business; clients or customers like it as they are associated with you; it’s great for the morale of your staff; and it attracts new employees and potential investment. It’s great for your corporate CV. If you ask anyone who’s entered an award, even if they didn’t win, they will tell you how much they benefited from the process. Entering awards forces you to…

Three Tips to Winning Business Awards was last modified on July 10th, 2017 by Proof Communications Editor
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