Still time to enter

With the deadline for entries fast approaching – 5th November – there is still time to prepare submissions for your most successful sponsorship campaigns.
 
The 2014 ESA Excellence Awards is a truly European affair with an esteemed panel of judges drawn from Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Sweden, The Netherlands and the UK.
 
The Awards cover all types of business from sport, culture, entertainment and media through to community and corporate responsibility, and there is also an award for best employee engagement and the most successful campaign for targeting youth. Additionally, there are opportunities to prove how well a social media or PR campaign worked to achieve the business objectives.
 
Entries can relate to both national and multi-national campaigns. Our independent expert panel of judges always looks to see how the activation budget is used to best deliver a creative and effective campaign – with the evaluation results to prove it. Campaigns with budgets both large and small are welcomed and the financial details are always taken into account.
 
Easy to enter
We've made entering the Awards as hassle-free as possible so do view the Example Guide on the website to give you some pointers. We also have case studies of past Awards winners that can be accessed.
 
Click here to see the list of categories for the ESA Excellence Awards.
 
And here to access the entry form.
 
Remember, a single project may be submitted into a maximum of two categories
, plus the multi-national category, if applicable. Where the same project is entered in more than one category, a separate entry form for each category must be used and tailored according to the target audience. Please refer to the Rules of Entry for further details.
 
The ESA member-only Professional Development Award is also open to enter and we’ve given you longer to complete the entry form for this special Award so that you can first concentrate on your sponsorship campaign entries!
 
For Awards enquiries, contact awards@sponsorship.org