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To enter the Digital Signage Awards you need to prepare your 200-word summary offline, then complete the online entry form including your all-important 200-word summary and add a good reference photo and your company or brand logo. Space is also provided for any URL for photo or video files on on a micro site or on Vimeo or YouTube, for instance. Submitting your entry will then lead you to payment page to cover the entry fee.

Entries into the Digital Signage Awards must be submitted online. The Judges will automatically vote lower any entries exceeding the word count. At the same time, the judges will appreciate how you condense your entry into the 200-word summary. REMEMBER: there is no need to upload a full submission paper at this point. You will only be asked for a full submission if your entry is named as a Finalist for the second stage judging. Please adhere to these basic rules of entry, together with any other specific criteria described below.

Photographs may be made available for the judges to view, either upload these through the online entry form at time of submission or upload them to your own micro site, or to YouTube or Vimeo. You will need to include a link to the micro site, YouTube or Vimeo, when prompted by the entry form and where the judges can look at any additional visual material. Do not upload a photo file larger than 5MB with your entry form as it will be rejected. The judges will want to see larger reference images – at least one of which must be uploaded with your entry form – or view any relevant video file.

The closing date for entries is September 30, and you will need to pay the entry fee before your entry will be processed for judging. If you are planning to make multiple entries, please let us know in advance and we will arrange to bill you for all your entries on one invoice, to save you paying each time you upload an entry.

 

Disqualifications

The Digital Signage Awards are international business awards. The organizers have the competition open to the whole digital signage industry, but any website or submitted material that breaks national or international laws or offends public, religious, national or gender-specific sensitivities, or that flouts advertising, promotion or Internet rules (such as spamming) will be disqualified. If an entry is disqualified for any reason the entry fees will not be refunded.

 

Time pressures for preparing good entries can be tough. If you need a helping hand writing your awards submissions contact Boost Awards. They are the first and largest experts in preparing awards submissions and act completely independently of any awards scheme. There is no financial relationship between the Digital Signage Awards and Boost Awards and they operate worldwide:

www.boost-awards.co.uk

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