Writing award submissions

Writing an award submission entry is so much more than just filling in your campaign results and client objectives. The most memorable entries are the ones that tell a story, and when it comes to writing B2B stories, that’s what we do best!

Be different, be memorable, don’t be generic.

There are so many different award options out there, especially for tech startups, and it’s tempting to write a generic award entry and mass-send. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work as each event has its own quirks. You might get shortlisted, but to win, the award entry needs to be written in a way that is memorable and that requires a combination of persuasive and creative writing.

A chess pawn piece with a crown on the top - Writing award submissions - Etymon

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Tips for writing award submissions – The Etymon way

Writing about ourselves in a persuasive and creative way, however, isn’t easy. It’s very similar to website copywriting. Taking the words out of your head and piecing them together in a coherent and engaging manner is difficult, so here’s what we suggest:

Since the beginning of time, stories sell, and an award entry is no different. Our content writers will find a way to set the scene before jumping into results. Figuratively, judges want to see a villain of some kind getting in the way and how your company/product as the hero in the story overcame that. Remember, the judge sometimes has to read 100’s of applications so a narrative makes your application easier to read.

FAQ’s about writing award submissions

Tell us what you’ve done and we’ll write your story.

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