Enter online or by email
To enter your business for the Made in North Devon Award or to nominate another business:
- Please complete the form below
- Download and email Word entry form.
If you experience any problem, please or call 07971 176044 – we value your time and your entry.
Category rules for entry
Please follow the category rules below, which also include useful suggestions on how to ensure your entry showcases achievements in the best possible light.
- You can enter your own business or another business for this award.
- This award is for manufacturers or producers of physical products, including materials, equipment, food and drink, as well as developers of technology products such as software sold as a product (e.g. a wordprocessing or database system). (Businesses creating digital content such as websites can enter the Digital and Online Achievement Award.)
- Ensure you read the awards terms and conditions.
- Read the criteria and the questions on the form below in advance so that you understand what the judges are looking for and tailor your answers to these.
- There is no restriction on how much information you can provide in your answers, although please ensure that anything you say is relevant to this award. The questions are deliberately open to enable you to submit the best possible entry and the examples given are purely illustrative. Add any other information you feel is important to highlight success.
- Provide as much detail and evidence as possible to back up your claims, including relevant links to web sites and videos.
- Write and save your answers in a note-making or word-processing app first and copy them into the form below. This ensures you do not lose anything you have taken a long time to write.
- Attach any files, eg customer compliments or images of products, to support your entry.
- Entries must be submitted before 11:00am on Tuesday 10 March 2020.
The judges are looking for evidence of one or more of:
- Skill and expertise in the manufacture of products
- Innovation in the design and manufacture of high-quality products
- Investment in training and skills and in manufacturing equipment
- Transfer of skills and knowledge from one generation to another
- Adoption of new manufacturing technology and practices
- Export success both across the UK and internationally
These criteria are not exhaustive. Remember, the judges don’t know what you have achieved, so please include anything you think relevant to your entry even if it is not listed above.
Your entry will be acknowledged immediately on screen and by email after successful completion – if not, please or call 07971 176044.