Which awards are now open to enter? | April 2020
While some awards have been put on hold or are delayed, most are still running. Here are the awards programs open to enter now.
International Business Awards (International)
Known as “the International Stevies,” the IBAs are open to all organisations worldwide: large and small, public and private, for-profit and non-profit. Nominations may be submitted by organisations or individuals. The 2019 competition attracted more than 4,000 nominations from organizations of all types in 74 nations. There is a cost for entry.
Entries are open now and early bird closes 8 April
Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow (National)
Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow is a national awards program designed to celebrate exceptional organisations shaping the future of business and making valuable contributions to their industry, customers and community. Westpac awards 200 businesses each year to celebrate their achievements.
Entries are open now and close 30 April
EY Entrepreneur of the Year (National)
The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year program recognises and celebrates the spirit and contribution of exceptional entrepreneurs.
Entries are open now and close 30 April.
Excellence in Franchising Awards (National)
The Franchise Council of Australia Excellence in Franchising Awards recognise and reward excellence and provide a platform for companies and individuals to showcase the amazing work they are doing in the franchising sector.
Entries for the regional awards are open now and close 20 April. Entries to the national awards open 30 March and close 26 June.
Telstra Business Awards (National)
For 27 years, the Telstra Business Awards have been a hub for Australia’s remarkable small and medium-sized businesses to gather, explore their dreams, celebrate their achievements and to become ‘that’ business. There is no cost for entry.
Phase 1 entries are now open, Phase 2 entries open March 2020 and close April 2020
Executive of the Year Awards
As one of Australia’s premier events on the corporate calendar, the night has become synonymous with shining a spotlight on the achievements of the individuals who make this country great.
The awards are now open and close 17 July
NSW Business Chamber Awards (NSW)
It was recently announced that the NSW Business Chamber will be putting its awards program on hold until 2021. These awards recognise and reward outstanding businesses in NSW whose passion, determination, and innovation inspire other businesses to strive for success. Keep an eye out at their website for more information on the 2021 awards which are likely to open from February.