Digital City Awards: Less than a week to go until Digital Leader of the Year deadline and close of Early Bird submissions

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by Charlie Spargo

You’ve got until January 31st to complete your nominations for Digital Leader and Young Digital Leader of the Year, and any Early Bird submissions for the Digital City Awards.

The Digital City Awards celebrate talent in digital - for individual professionals as well as teams, companies and their projects and platforms. Early Bird entries close at midnight on the 31st and will be charged at £150 + VAT.

Following this date, entries will cost £200 + VAT per entry. Remember, everyone entering two awards at the same time will receive a third awards entry for free - and it also costs nothing to enter the Best Use of Technology - Not-for-Profit award. Learn more about making an entry here.

Also on the 31st is the final deadline for its two individual awards - Digital Leader of the Year and Young Digital Leader of the Year. These are on the lookout for role models in the digital world - and you can nominate yourself or a peer free of charge.

The winners of the two individual awards will be decided by a combination of scoring from the judging panel as well as a public vote, which will open soon. Nominees for Young Digital Leader of the Year must be 30 or under on April 15th 2021.

Visit this link to nominate yourself or a colleague for one of the individual prizes at the Digital City Awards. You’ll need to provide up to 800 words outlining why you or they should win, plus a headshot and summary.

The Digital City Awards will take place on April 15th on the Digital City Network, where this year’s Digital City Festival will be hosted, from April 12th - 23rd.

Digital City Festival will comprise two weeks of events, featuring keynotes and the opportunity to meet a range of businesses at the virtual expo - as well as seminars, Q&As, seminars and more. Registration for the network, where all this will be hosted, is open now.