Many thanks to all who have entered!
Take a look below at the shortlist for each award category.
The Comms Business Awards are the ICT Channel’s most prestigious and sought after accolades. By entering for an award, you will be joining many of your industry peers in celebrating success over the past 12 months and recognising your hard work throughout the year.
Each entry is individually scrutinised by an unbiased panel of industry experts who are carefully selected for their ability to assess the entries and are prepared to donate their valuable time to the judging process.
Winners’ names will not be revealed until the Awards Ceremony itself but we will be publishing the full list of finalists prior to the event.
Being shortlisted is a huge achievement and we will make sure the shortlist is published on this website, in Comms Business Magazine, in our Awards Programme, on social media feeds as well as being emailed to our database of 19,000 telecoms professionals.
Winning an award is the jackpot for all ambitious Channel companies, teams and individuals who feel that their hard work should be recognised – and be assured we will promote the list of winners through all means available to us.
How to enter
Entry is simple and it is FREE! Click on the categories below that you would like to enter and create an account using your email address and a password. Once your account is set up, you can upload any information required including supporting documents and video. Don’t worry if you don’t have time to complete the entry on your first visit; you can return at any time up to our deadline date of 13th April 2017.
PLEASE NOTE; we ask that you complete your appications by putting answers to the questions posed in the relevent boxes. You can include supplementary information in the last step of the online form. This will aid our judges in making comparisons between entries.
IN ADDITION; Entries that are clearly copies of those made to enter for awards other than the Comms Business Awards will be disqualified and not presented to the judges.