The 2021 Communications Awards have opened their doors for entry, inviting the very best in pharma communications to come forward and claim first prize.
The PharmaTimes Communications Awards are back for 2021, giving the opportunity for communications professionals to demonstrate their leadership, creative, and teamwork skills in a variety of fun and engaging virtual challenges.
The Communications Awards boasts fantastic challenges for individuals as well as teams. For teams, there are the industry-established NHS, International, and Charity Challenges, whilst individuals can try their hand at the Aspiring Communications Manager of the Year and Communications Manager of the Year.
In a first for the 2021 competition, PharmaTimes can confirm the addition of two medical affairs categories to add a new avenue into the competition. These are the Medical Affairs Communications Manager of the Year for individuals, and the Medical Affairs Communications Team of the Year for teams. See more info on all of the categories here.
The competition is open to in-house, agency, and also freelance communications professionals working in the UK market. The competition offers a unique development opportunity that sees each individual and team assessed by a panel of industry experts to actively help reflect and improve upon key skills.
Teams and individuals will be advised of the exact challenges on the finals day - so no preparation needed, just a sharp set of brains on the day!
The entry form for 2021 has been improved to offer a more user-friendly service to each entrant - click here to get started.
For more information on the competition, or for sponsorship packages please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out what Communications Team of the Year Chair Mike Dixon, Leanne Thorndyke from 2018 charity partner Bowel Cancer UK, and previous winner and judge Victoria Stanley have to say about the competition. They talk through what makes this competition different, what competitors should expect and give hints and tips on how to succeed.