Why enter?


No one knows the brand like the in-house design team so this is your opportunity to show the value your team add, gain recognition and also celebrate. Whether you are a consumer brand or non-for-profit, we want to see your work.


Build Credibility

A nomination, shortlisting or award win acts as a business endorsement, reference and recommendation. It’s a signature of quality, a seal of approval, a positive testimonial and a great way to differentiate you from your competitors. 

Benchmark your team

The application process alone is a fantastic way to review and appraise your business, products and services. It is also a great tool to help you compare yourself to your competitors, which might identify areas of improvement and development.

Boost team morale

Employee experience and engagement is crucial to the success of a business large or small. To be recognised for your hard work and success is a fantastic way to boost team morale and motivation and encourage further innovation.

Network with your peers

The Awards final is a fantastic opportunity for you meet your design peers from across many sectors, hear from leading experts and get exclusive access to the Judges. It’s also a great opportunity to raise your profile, promote award winning design, share best practice and make new connections.

Showcase your great work

Winners work will be showcased on our website. Winners will also be invited to showcase their work at an exclusive Winners event in March 2020 providing them with the unique opportunity to share best practice and position their work as ‘best in class’.

A chance to celebrate

This is a fantastic opportunity for your business to celebrate the amazing work created by their in-house design teams. A time to acknowledge and recognise stand out work, in-house talent and rising stars within the business!

Winning not only gave us great recognition for a project which we were really proud to have worked on, but it also helped us to forge stronger relationships with other people and teams at the NSPCC.

— Sue Hornsby, Creative Director, NSPCC