Calling all retailers, resellers, vendors and distributors – here’s how to make sure you’re in the running for a PCR Award next year.
All you need to do is email Andrew Wooden at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us which award you’d like to be considered for (click the relevant category below to see each guide and list of awards), and a brief document on why you should be in the running.
Feel free to include a list of achievements your company has made over the past 12 months, any sales increases, business developments and more (see each guide below for specific details for each award).
The final deadline for lobbying is December 22nd.
A handful of new and revised accolades have been announced for the 2015 PCR Awards, which will take place on Thursday March 12th 2015 at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington.
There are now 21 awards in total, across the three categories.
The event will boast a similar mix of networking, partying and recognition of achievements in the UK PC and tech industry, with a drinks reception, evening dinner and after-show party.
The Grand Prix Award – the biggest accolade of the night – will return for 2015, honouring the company or brand which has had an outstanding past 12 months. The Grand Prix award is chosen by the PCR team.
Entatech is on board as Headline Sponsor for the PCR Awards, while VIP Computers is Drinks Reception Sponsor, and Exertis is After-Show Party Sponsor. Gold Sponsors include Intel, Northamber and Philips.
How are these awards won?
With the exception of the Grand Prix award, all PCR Awards are won the same way.
PCR takes lobbying from the industry before announcing a set of finalists in January.
The winners are voted for by a Judging Panel of more than 100 highly regarded representatives from all sectors of the business. They vote in confidence and are only revealed after voting is complete. They can’t vote for themselves or associated companies.