The IET Prizes 2009: enter by Tuesday 12th January, 2010

For the best engineering and technology recruitment communications of the year

The deadline for this very special competition is just days away.  A fabulous dinner at Rhodes Twenty Four awaits the winning team, plus a special Ri Fiver, valuable media coverage and kudos.  The winner will be the best item of recruitment communication in the engineering and technology sectors, to be decided by a distinguished panel of judges.  An additional prize will be awarded - The IET International Prize 2009 - to the best entry from outside the United Kingdom, judged by the same criteria. 

The winning agencies will be awarded special Ri Fivers - and the winning UK team (up to five creatives and account handlers) will be given lunch or dinner at Rhodes Twenty Four, the spectacular Gary Rhodes restaurant on the twenty-fourth floor of Tower 42, the City of London's tallest building.  The prizes winners will also enjoy editorial coverage in Engineering & Technology magazine, and on the IET and Ri5 websites.

The rules are simple: the competition is open to single items of recruitment communication targeting engineers and/or technologists, on any platform, produced and/or published in 2009. A maximum of six entries per agency/consultancy will be allowed (in the case of multi-location organisations, that's six per location).  Entry is free of charge.  Entries for The IET International Prize must have originated and appeared outside the United Kingdom.      

How to enter

By e-mail: IETaward@ri5.co.uk  (as pdfs or jpgs).
Each entry must be accompanied by an entry form - click here to download.

When to enter

Closing date: Tuesday, 12th January 2010, at midnight.

Judging

The IET judges will be Nigel Fine (Chief Executive and Secretary), Amanda Weaver, (Publishing Director, Magazines), and  John Rooney, (Chief Magazine Designer).  They will meet on 20th January, 2010 under the chairmanship of Ri5 founder and editor Bob Anthony to decide the winners.  As ever with the Ri Fivers, the prime aim will be to recognise originality, creativity and quality of execution.

Prize-giving

The winners will be announced at the year-end Ri High Fiver celebration, on 1st February, 2010, at Savoy Place, the IET's London headquarters.

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

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