Be part of something truly special.
PCR is looking for esteemed industry professionals who would like to nominate themselves or a colleague to judge this year’s PCR Awards.
The PCR Awards 2022, being held at London’s nostalgic, The Brewery will be back on Wednesday 29th September to celebrate the retailers, resellers, distributors, channel service providers and vendors that have made the biggest impact on the channel over the past year.
PCR’s select panel of judges will feature in our pre show media coverage and will have their professional and company profile published on the PCR Awards website, so this is a great opportunity for cross promotion and to gain visibility within the channel.
It is also an ideal platform to meet with channel partners.
HOW TO ENTER
To enter please send your:
Company profile 100 words max)
A few lines about your professional background to be entered on our panel of judges profile page.
Email: (will not be published)
Phone number: (will not be published)
Please send entries to: Michelle Winny email@example.com
Be in it to win it!
Being recognised for award-winning work is a great way for companies to showcase their capabilities.
Submitted awards entries are judged by our independent jury of senior industry professionals – and this is where you come in – submit your application to be on this year’s judging panel.
Winners don’t win without proving strong results and business value.
Judges reward proper, valuable returns.
On the night
Guests will enjoy an unmissable night of networking and hospitality. Those that have made the biggest impact in the channel will all be celebrated in front of a room of 500+ industry members – making the PCR Awards a must-attend event for anyone working in the UK IT and tech industry. We will be even bigger and better in 2021 with a couple of new awards and incredible entertainment.
All winners will feature in PCR print and digital format and will be cross-promoted over our social media channels.
Let the judging begin!!
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