ISPA Awards 2020 will launch in December.

Find the list of the 2019 ISPA Awads winners here.

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Executive of the Year

For the ISP executive that has delivered real successes and innovation in the last 12 months

How to enter:

  • Register at our partner thinkbroadband site here by 31st January 2020
  • Submit the entry form here by 27th March 2020

Entry criteria:

This category is open to Director or C-level individuals in the ISP sector, but can be nominated via proxy.

Judging process:

Entrants must submit a written entry form (500 words maximum) detailing how the executive has delivered success for their business. The written entry form will be reviewed by the judges who will determine the shortlist and the winner. The submission deadline is 27th March 2020.

Judging criteria:

  • Exceptional leadership within the organisation
  • Successful delivery of a business strategy
  • Delivering growth and expanding the business
  • Solving problems in the business
  • Driving innovation within the industry

Survey Questions

In 30 WORDS why do they deserve to win?

Case study of why this individual should win (500 words)

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