Nominations for the 2015 Digital Leaders 100 awards are now open, which will recognise the top 100 individuals, organisations, and products making a real difference in the world of citizen-facing eServices.
Run by our sister publication Digital By Default News in partnership with the Digital Leaders programme, this year’s awards will name the top 100 Digital Leaders across 10 categories, including an award for ‘Charity/Social Enterprise Digital Leader of the Year.’
Do you know an individual or an organisation that deserves to be recognised as a digital leader? If the answer is ‘yes’ then we encourage you to nominate them!
You can nominate candidates in the following categories:
- Digital Public Figure of the Year
- Digital Council of the Year
- SME Digital Leader of the Year
- Industry Digital Leader of the Year
- Best Citizen Services App
- Best Digital Inclusion Project or Service
- Best Digital Skills Product or Service
- Charity/Social Enterprise Digital Leader of the Year
- Best Central Government Digital Transformation Team or Project
- Best Health & Social Care Product or Service
Feel free to submit as many nominations as you wish by following the simple instructions on the nomination form.
Those who receive the highest number of nominations will be shortlisted in their category. The shortlist will be then opened for public vote and delivered to an expert panel of judges, who will select the top 10 leaders in each category.
Winners will be announced and awarded at a gala dinner on Thursday 25th June at the Hilton Park Lane Hotel, London.
The Digital Leaders 100 was launched in 2013 as part of the growth and success of the Digital Leaders Programme. The awards are managed in partnership with Digital by Default News, which oversees the nomination and judging process.
There are still a range of exciting sponsorship opportunities available for the 2015 awards, offering a high-profile platform for companies to achieve significant brand exposure before, during and after the event among an extensive network of people connected by an interest in digital transformation in the UK.
Download the sponsorship package here for full details of how to get involved.
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