Submit the text of your entry and your completed presentation by 31st December 2016
If your entry does not complete judging by the end of January 2017 we may (at our discretion and with your agreement) postpone this entry to next year’s Peer Awards instead and have its judging then.
Unlike other awards we can (with the Entry Consultancy option) work with you to help make sure your entry is clear and engaging. Submit your entry as soon as you are ready, so that we may have time to nominate it and for your presentations to be added and accepted by the deadline date above. The sooner you submit the sooner your entry could get nominated, judged and showcased.
So it works best to register sooner to be sure of getting the award category that you want, and to submit entries without waiting until the very last date for this year’s awards so you know the award is available. And this also ensures that your entry can get nominated ahead of another that is perhaps very similar to yours.
Getting started as soon as you can is also advisable because the various stages in the process can each take time, and you want to be sure that your presentation can be put forward for peer review (online judging by your fellow professionals) in time to feature in this year’s Peer Awards.
The stages, each of which can take a number of days or weeks, are drafting your entry and submitting it to us, and then maybe editing this text a few times until we can nominate it, and then adding in your visuals to create an engaging presentation, which can also involve a few modifications before we put it forward for judging online by your fellow professionals
Unlike other awards we do all this to help you express your project as effectively as possible to give you a good chance of winning, to ensure that it can really engage the interest of the peer judges, and because we want (for those with the Showcase Page option) to showcase only great content at our website.