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The IoIC Scotland Awards 2015 are now open for entries.

If you or your clients are based in Scotland, it's time to get your work recognised among the best in the business. These prestigious awards reward the very best communication and celebrate the achievements of professionals working in Scotland.

This year, there's an updated list of categories reflecting the most up-to-date communication methods and strategies.

There's no doubt that a lot of great IC work has gone on in Scotland this year, so put it forward to be judged by experts and gain the recognition you deserve.

Who can enter?

Entries are welcome from anyone involved in communication to employees and/or stakeholders. The competition is open to both members and non-members of the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC). Any organisation or individual based in Scotland or communicating to audiences in Scotland may enter.

What can be entered?

The competition is open for work produced and completed between January 1, 2014, and December 31, 2014. All entries receive a brief critique from the category judge and you can pay for an extended critique.

How to enter

It’s simple, just download the:

• Scottish Communication Awards Brochure here

• Scottish Communication Awards Entry Form here

Closing date

Make sure you have your entry in by Wednesday December 3.

If you have an enquiry about the awards, please contact IoIC Scotland at: [email protected]

Membership savings!

Join IoIC now and save on the cost of entries, tickets for the awards, and for training delivered through the Institute. Membership costs from £178.50. Joining fee waived at time of entry. More details here or call Tim Beynon on 01908 313755.
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