When it comes to entering awards – any awards, not just ours – translating an award-winning-worthy project into an engaging, cogent awards entry isn’t easy. It’s time consuming too and no-one can afford to waste time these days.
That’s why we’ve got together with Boost Awards, the world’s first and largest award writing agency, to run a series of workshops to help you choose which story to enter, how to write efficiently and effectively within the entry form limits, what ‘good presentation’ means with award entries, and – crucially- what evidence you need to convince the judges that your case is the most deserving of the award.
Running on three dates in January (in Leeds on 15th, in Brighton on 20th and in London on 23rd), not only will you be able to tap into Boost’s knowledge about how to write a winning award entry, but you’ll also get to meet some of the judges that have 3+ years’ experience of judging the Global Good Awards and ask them what they look for in projects. As well as pitching your story, you also get the chance to be a judge too, hearing other delegates’ pitches. Past attendees have commented that the experience of being ‘on the other side of the table’ is extremely eye opening. The 2019 workshop received a positive feedback score of 92%!
So, if you would like some inspiration on how to get started on your submission, and to ensure your project is well-written and is good enough to be an ‘award winner’ then this course is not to be missed!
More information here. An early bird discount runs until 30 November.