The deadline for entries to the V3 Digital Technology Leaders Awards is today, 6 May, so make sure your entry is ready for submission before 5pm.
The awards will be assessed by a strong panel of top digital talent, including chief digital officers and UX experts.
The list of judges has now been confirmed, and on it are:
- Chris Popple, Head of Digital Banking, RBS
- Sean Cornwell Chief Digital Officer, Travelex
- Jesse Spink, UX Director, Tribal Worldwide London
- Richard Godfrey, Project Director, Arcus Global
- Aaron Powell, Chief Digital Officer, NHS Blood and Transplant
- Steve Capper, Global CTO, Aecom
They, along with the V3 editorial team, will help choose the winners for the inaugural V3 Digital Technology Leaders Awards taking place on 23 June at the Montcalm Hotel in London.
The deadline for the awards is now just hours away so don't hanf about. We've even provided a handy top 10 list of how to make your entry stand out from the crowd.
The awards have been launched in recognition that organisations of every size and sector are rapidly embracing digital technologies to improve customer interactions, boost sales or streamline processes, in turn making digital talent integral to business success.
The V3 Digital Technology Leaders Awards will recognise the organisations, teams and individuals delivering these digital transformation projects with 22 awards across three category areas.
The Organisational Excellence section focuses on the teams bringing everything together, from Digital Team of the Year and Design Team of the Year to Development Team of the Year and Project Team of the Year.
Project Excellence will celebrate everything from big data and e-commerce projects to website and mobile initiatives, as well as focusing on sector-specific projects, such as SMEs, not-for-profits, large enterprises and public sector organisations.
The Personal Excellence section will focus on the individuals bringing these projects to life, celebrating everyone from scrum masters, web designers and front-end developers, to digital apprentices, product managers and chief digital officers.
Entry is free and the closing date is 5pm today. Entrants must submit a case study of a maximum 1,000 words that fulfils the stated objectives. Submissions will be accepted via the online entry system that is now live.
Please email Dan Worth if you have any questions. We look forward to receiving your entries.
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