ENTRIES OPEN

Monday 2 December 2019

ENTRIES CLOSE

Friday 27 March

VOTING ENDS

Tuesday 26 May

WINNERS REVEAL

Thursday 24 September 

HOW IT WORKS

The Electronics Industry Awards follows a simple three step process.  Tried & tested, the process makes it quick & easy for those that wish to put themselves in the running for an award or highlight the outstanding work of their peers.

The scheme’s unique decision-making process places the power in the hands of industry professionals as well as a panel of expert judges, ensuring winners are selected for both technical expertise as well as outstanding industry reputation.

The entry process

After the nomination period opens in December you can enter your outstanding company, product, or employee  for an Electronics Industry Award.

You can also nominate another company(s) or individual(s) in each of the relevant categories.

Entries and nominations are completely free of charge, and can be submitted via the same online form
– making it quick and easy to shine a spotlight on those that deserve it.

Subject to meeting the necessary criteria, each entry and nomination then proceeds to the decision-making stage.

The decision-making process

You will have an opportunity to vote in the Product and Individual Awards which will also be scored by an expert panel of judges. Your votes will be tallied up alongside the judges’ scores with the combined results determining five finalists and one winner in each category.

Winners for the Business Awards will be solely decided by you. When the voting period has closed, the votes will be tallied up to determine the five finalists and ultimately the winner in each category.

Terms & Conditions of Voting
  • Only members of the industry may take part – consumer nominations and votes will not be counted.

  • Only one vote is allowed per person, per category.
  • Multiple votes from one person (or excessive votes (5+) from one company) will be discounted.
  • All voting categories should be completed where possible.
  • Participants are not permitted to vote for themselves.
  • Participants are not permitted to complete voting forms on behalf of a client.
  • Participants are not permitted to offer incentives to encourage votes.
  • All contact details must be completed to validate your vote.
  • The organisers reserve the right to exclude any organisation without prior notice or explanation.

The decision-making process

For 2020, the Electronics Industry Awards will be going digital – with the scheme’s first ever virtual event taking place on Thursday 24 September.

No pre-registration will be required for the event; those that wish to get involved are invited to simply log on to the Electronics Industry Awards website from 3pm (BST), sit back and enjoy the show!

The event will kick off with a social wall which will feature the celebrations shared using the hashtag #ElectronicsIndustryAwards on Twitter, before the ceremony gets underway at 3:30pm.