Yesterday the BIFM opened entries for its industry-leading awards. Contenders are sought across 13 categories for individuals, companies and initiatives that can demonstrate excellence across three core themes: people, innovation and impact.
As an award-winning company, we understand the enormous benefits to be had in winning awards: it’s a morale booster internally, it’s great for existing clients and gets your name out there in the market. But it has also been proved to improve the quality of work as the application process encourages an outside-in view and comparison with competitors which helps people to think more constructively about areas for improvement in their organisations.
But, done properly, it can be an enormous amount of work. From deciding on what area or person in your business to put forward, to conducting the necessary research and writing engaging material, winning awards submissions take time. Which is why we’ve written a free handy guide to writing winning award entries
We have years of experience writing winning submissions, so feel free to talk to us about supporting you through the process, and writing your winning entry that little bit easier.