This course will give you a solid understanding of the tips and tricks behind a spankingly-good Local Business Awards submission.
Developed specifically for the Local Business Awards (we’re not affiliated, it’s purely to meet client demand), we’ll talk theory as well as walk through each question, step-by-step.
“Mel changed my whole mindset. The business submission went from being a daunting task to a really enjoyable experience that had me reflecting on all the great things we had achieved, and a reminder of all the tough times we had gotten through.”
– Alex McKenzie, Future Financial Services
You’ll walk away with all of the knowledge you need to turn your Mills & Boon into a 50 Shades.
I’ll talk you through some tips to really make your submission sizzle and teach you the basics of a good entry. You’ll get ideas and insider goss on what the judges are looking for with each question. And I’ve also included some bonus material.
No boring small talk, just straightforward facts from the girl who has won locally, nationally and internationally, is a sought-after judge and consultant, and has over a 90% success rate.
So grab yourself a chardy or a beer, grab your pen and paper, and let’s get cracking.
Local Business Awards – here you bloody well come!
PS Don’t procrastinate any longer, it just gets harder! Just DO THIS!
I’m Mel, Australia’s most high-fived business awards specialist.
I help both small and large businesses develop awards submissions that do more than just tick all of the boxes; they stand out like a tutu at a nudist colony.
I also provide 1:1 sessions for businesses to develop their stories, as well as review and evaluate existing submissions that aren’t quite hitting the mark.
And with this course, I’ve put a whole lot of my secrets into one downloadable bundle.
So jump on board and let’s have some fun – and try to bring home the bling at the same time!
“I was blown away.”
– Kristy Towns, Towns Conveyancing Services
I’ve been in your shoes.
I’ve done this as an awards virgin, experiencing the fear of putting pen to paper. The blank screen. The procrastination. The unknown.
I’ve also known the pressure of holding the title. The pressure to keep reinventing and performing, year after year.
It’s a tough gig! But if business was easy, everyone would be doing it, right? So no more excuses – you rock at business, it’s time to talk about it.