2014 Innovation Awards ceremony
The IBC is soliciting applicants for the 2015 Innovation Awards. Winners receive international recognition for their ground breaking achievements.
Has your company accomplished a ground-breaking achievement or implemented an advance in technology in the last year? If so, then IBC wants to hear about it. These unique awards praise genuine partnerships between suppliers, integrators, and end users. Judges are looking for outstanding applications in the following categories: Content Creation, Content Management and Content Delivery.
While the award goes to the end user of the project or technology, the technology partners or manufacturers are also honoured and benefit hugely from their association with an award winner. These projects are all about collaboration, not simply technical innovation, so please submit projects which are currently either completed or in implementation.
Winners will be announced in September.
For those projects that may not be complete by 31 July 2015, consider applying to appear in the IBC2015 Future Zone – the hub for future technologies, showcased at IBC.
For more information contact Veronica Newson. Closing date for entries is 21 February 2015.
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