The British Bangladeshi Business Awards aim to discover inspirational role models so being selected as a finalist, or in fact winning an award will attract attention and support from the business industry and press. It will recognise the nominee as an inspirational role model who can inspire others to do well and be successful.
Tips on successful nominations
One way of getting noticed by British Bangladeshi Business Awards is a really good, well completed nomination form. Make sure you take your time over your nomination, so that you tell us absolutely everything that displays the nominee’s brilliance and double check that all the contact details are correct.
- Keep within the word limits! Nominations that include answers that are below the word limit are very unlikely to be considered and nominations that exceed the word limit will be marked down by the judges – so it is very important to pay attention to the word limits.
- Give us enough detail so we can fully grasp the nominee’s achievements.
- Stick to the point and avoid unnecessary information.
- This is your opportunity to really sell the nominee – why does the nominee deserve to win an award? How has the nominee inspired others through their work activity?
Support your nomination
Remember, you can submit supporting evidence to your nomination in the form of video links, press releases, news articles, photographs, testimonials or other items which you think will help the judges make informed decisions about the nominee. Any supporting evidence must be submitted in one document, no longer than four A4 sides and must be clearly labelled and emailed to email@example.com before the deadline.
Submitting supporting evidence
The information provided will be disclosed only to the Judging Panel, the British Bangladesh Business Awards Team and key partners on a strictly confidential basis.
- Entrants in the Entrepreneur category must be an owner/individual of a British business that has been trading for over 12 months.
- Entrants must be based in the UK.
- Entrants must ensure that they are available for the Awards ceremony before entering the Awards.
- Entrants can nominate themselves or can be nominated by a colleague or associate.
- Entrants can be nominated for a maximum of two categories.
- Entrants must be over the legal age of 18 years old.
- Entrants must provide the name and contact details of a valid internal reference i.e. Manager/Director etc.
- Entrants must provide the name and contact details of a second referee i.e. Colleague/Associate etc.
- It is not necessary to inform references at the time of making your nomination. You do not need to get their sign off or endorsement before you submit your nomination form. We will only contact references if the nominee is shortlisted.
- The information provided will be disclosed only to the judges, the staff of the BBBAwards and key partners on a strictly confidential basis.
- Submitting supporting evidence: Any supporting evidence must be provided in one document only, no longer than four A4 size, clearly labelled and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline.
- Details provided in the nomination form will potentially be used for press releases and web content if the nominee is placed as a shortlist, so please ensure it is factually correct – we will not be liable for inaccuracies published based on nomination content and changes may not be possible after publication.