The entry system for the 2022 EMEA EMMAs is still open until 23rd September!
These are the Global Mobility industry's gold standard awards and we are looking forward to a fabulous gala dinner and celebration at The Royal Lancaster Hotel at Hyde Park London .
HOW TO ENTER THE FEM EMMAs (Expatriate Management & Mobility Awards)
Our platform makes the EMMAs entry and Summit registration process easier than ever for you.
If you've entered before, your old login won't work - but don't worry - it's quick and easy to create a new one and the new system is much friendlier to use.
Just go to the page where you can select your categories: https://emea.forum-expat-management.com/2022/en/page/emmas-categories-entry and get started then:
Create an account
Start your EMMAs entry and register for the Summit & EMMAs
Receive your confirmation
Don't forget - you can edit and save - and return to your entry as many times as you like until you feel ready to submit it! subit
Here, we have created a how-to-enter guide to make the process even easier for you.
1. Get started
The easiest way to get started is to take a good look at the catgories and then select which ones you’d like to enter.
Remember, you can enter more than one category.
2. Prepare for your entry
Before you start your entry, have a think about what the judges are looking for.
Along with an overall review of the submission as a whole, each entry is judged using a fairly complex system of scoring against the following criteria, so always keep these points in mind:
- Impact of the work
3. Analyze the question carefully
Before you begin writing, make sure that you read the questions carefully. It might help to underline the key points later. Review your answers to ensure that you are addressing those specific issues.
TOP TIP: When putting your entry together, it’s a good idea to follow the flow of the entry criteria. It will also make it easier for the judges to follow.
4. Stick to the rules and make it crystal clear for our judges
Make a clear statement indicating why the individual, team or company should win the EMMA for the category, making clear the organisational benefits driven by the team/individual concerned.
Give examples of how the team/individual has impacted the overall business priorities of their employers or clients, any benefits to the assignees and any obstacles overcome, providing clear demonstrable results.
Show clear evidence of any innovations, effective deployment of resources or improvement in cost management.
Explain the longer term impact, lessons learned and how any improved methods have been introduced to other parts of the business or other clients.
Include details of up to 3 pieces of supporting material (see below for guidelines of what to provide).
- All submissions must be made online and take the format requested.
- In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible.
- Each entry should relate to work carried out in the last 5 years.
- Please keep the total word count of your entry (including testimonials) to 1,600 words.
- Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in that particular region.
5. Submit your entry
Entries can be edited online right up until the entry deadline (see below), when you will be required to submit your entry. You can also supply 3 supporting documents (as attachments) per category, to be provided in low-resolution format.
Supporting documents can include:
- Client feedback/case studies
- Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification
- Demos or screenshots of technology
- Summaries of research
- Demonstrable metrics
The EMEA EMMAs deadline is 23rd September - GOOD LUCK!
And don't forget to catch the Early Bird rate to register for the Two-Day EMEA Summit: https://emea.forum-expat-management.com/2022/en/page/register-now
And book your place at the EMMAs Dinner:
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