How to enter the Resilience Awards
Please register via the World Exhibition Stand Awards Website. Select the categories and complete your customer login process. If you have a promotion code please enter this on the registration page.
On completion of registration, you will receive an email to confirm and to pass on your login details.
You can complete your entry or return later using your login. Entries can be amended up until the final submission date 01.03.2021. Please note only submitted entries will proceed to the judging stage.
Completing your entry information
Client name (where applicable)
Please ensure this is the correct and accurate name for your client.
Event name (where applicable)
Please ensure this is the correct and accurate name for your event.
The Brief (up to 200 words)
What was the background? What was the challenge you were seeking to overcome? What were the event and market contexts?
The Solution / Activation (up to 550 words)
How did you approach the creative idea? What was your inspiration? What was unique about the solution? Describe the creative idea and activation in detail. What was special about the execution? Explain how the solution worked in real life.
The Results (up to 250 words)
What were the results? Be precise, KPI’s attendance, revenue, engagement, meetings, leads, sales, media coverage, social media amplification, and commercial impact.
50 words to summarise the entry for use in promotional material, marketing where appropriate.
Please ensure no more than 12 images are uploaded. Images should be labelled clearly by project/client name and be no more than 1MB in size.
Your videos should be no longer than 5 minutes.
Please provide your video as a link, so the judges are able to view the video online.
Testimonials should be directly attributed to a client. Please note these will be kept confidential and will not be used as part of awards presentation or marketing.
Our judges are looking for submissions that most powerfully establish a link between the commercial, business, or experiential challenge, the proposed solution, and the actual outcomes.
Four Key Criteria in mind.
- What was the context? Was the objective clearly articulated?
- Clarity and creativity of solution and activation. How effectively did these address the event and market context and how well were they executed?
- What were the real benefits? what were the KPIs and how were they achieved?
- Demonstrative impact. How strong is the proof? Increased sales, client’s testimonials, customer feedback, stand traffic, media coverage.