For any business, the prestige of being shortlisted or winning a business award can be a great way to raise your profile and celebrate your achievements. However, it can also be a time consuming process to pull together a successful application. So with the Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) Awards entries now open, I was able to get some welcome hints and tips by attending the ‘Writing a Good Award Entry’ workshop held at St Bees school on Wednesday 9 April 2014.
The session was presented by Tracey Errington of Market Sense and Sally Seed from Stoneleigh Communications. BECBC members who were at the evening were given an insight into what the judges may look for in an award entry and they also gave practical tips about how to plan your entry, developing your details and bringing your final submission alive!
The workshop was very well presented and we wish all BECBC members every success at the awards being held on 6 November 2014.