• 24 Feb 2022

How to choose ideal Business Awards

It's award season at HBC, and we would like to provide our contestants with all the information necessary for a successful application. 

Awards should not be reduced to the result; all the steps included in the application process should be taken seriously, as they represent an invaluable opportunity for personal and professional growth. 


One of the fundamental phases concerns the Awards choice. With 22 possible alternatives, selecting the best option for an individual or an organization can be arduous. For this reason, we are here to share some tips to guide you through the decision process.


Firstly, if you are interested in applying for one of our Awards, you should research the categories available, the requirements, criteria, fees, and deadline. The best practice is always to contact us directly via e-mail or phone to receive that information.


The next step is to individuate the Awards that better represent your personal or your organization's soundest skills. Not only that, but research also which Awards your competitors have won, those that are most popular within your sector, and even your location. You should also have an idea of what your customers value the most and select Awards that showcase your professionalism in those areas. 

In addition, familiarize yourself with the past HBC International Awards winners. Their results can help you set the most appropriate tone and understand which aspects to highlight. 

An additional recommendation includes reading trade magazines, getting involved in professional networks, and browsing our social media sites.


Remember that an Award shouldn't be an easy achievement. Since it reflects your expertise and excellence, which are the product of hard work and dedication, you should expect to put a lot of effort into attaining it. Therefore, do not get discouraged if you encounter some difficulties along the way. Rather contact us, and one of our representatives will assist you to the best of their ability!

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