Entries are open for industry association EVCOM‘s annual Clarion awards.
The event and communication awards aim to recognise performance in CSR and sustainability, including ethical, health and welfare issues and this year sees 22 categories split into two streams: Events and Screen.
EVCOM chairman Steve Garvey, said: “Accountability in corporate business has launched itself into the public eye more than ever in recent years and companies who are seen to be ethically irresponsible or environmentally unsound can have their reputations permanently damaged. The Clarion awards provide deserved recognition for businesses who demonstrate a real commitment to CSR, social inclusion and sustainable development and we firmly believe that dedication to these principles make for a solid foundation for any business.”
Now in their 13th year, the Clarion awards are not-for-profit and recognised as a mark of excellence for effective business and public sector communications in video, interactive projects, business television and digital media.
New for 2016 is an early bird rate, with submissions received before 1 July qualifying for a £30 per entry saving. Deadline is 25 July.
Full entry criteria and details, click here