Entries for the 2012 Travolution Awards have now closed.
The awards are open to any company, agency or individual operating within the UK travel industry in the period 1 January 2011 to 30 May 2012.
Submissions can be either self nominated (where entrant and nominator are the same) or entries can be made on behalf of entrant (where nominator is different to the entrant).
Entries must be no longer than 750 words.
Any entries received incomplete, illegible or not complying with the rules will be disqualified subject to the discretion of the chair of the judging panel.
Additional supporting materials must be concise and strictly relevant to the submission.
Details of criteria for each award can be found on the main menu under Categories, to quick link, please click here.
Entries for websites will be assessed against a range of criteria including originality, interactivity, functionality, content and clarity. Please ensure relevant entry website urls are clearly detailed on the entry form in order for judges to access websites to be judged.
All advertisements submitted as supporting material must state clearly which publication/website or media the advertisement/campaign appeared in, and on which dates.
All categories within the Marketing Awards will include entrant presenting formal ‘pitch’ to judging panel, these categories are as follows:
- Best Use of Social Media
- Best Use of Search Engine Marketing
- Best Website Design
- Best Integrated Marketing Campaign
Dates of the pitch presentations for the above categories will be forwarded to entries when the shortlist is announced.
Deadline for entries:
Nominations must be received no later than 5pm on Friday 29 June 2012.
Entries arriving after the closing date will not be considered.
The Travolution editorial and senior management team will make a preliminary assessment of the entries and create a shortlist for each category.
A committee of senior people involved in the online travel industry across operator, supplier and agency websites, search engines and technology companies, will then be appointed to review the entries and select a winner for each category.
The judges will retain the right to withhold an award in any category if, by mutual agreement, the entries are not deemed to be of sufficient quality to merit recognition. The panel will also propose a special commendation in a category if required.
Travolution is unable to comment or provide feedback on individual entries. The judges’ decision is final.