EEAA Awards for Excellence sees 20 per cent increase in entries
“The panel of 32 independent judges assessed the submissions against the criteria and have commended the standard of entries in 2016,” said Joyce DiMascio, EEAA’s chief executive.
“There was close to a 20 per cent increase in the number of award entries. With the increased number of entries, it has made the competition even tougher.”
The new category recognising Best Association Event was well supported this year with high quality entries from both association organisers and organisers on behalf of their association partners or clients, according to DiMascio. The Richard Geddes Young Achiever category attracted eight nominees.
“To those who have not made the finalists list, we thank you for presenting your achievements and supporting the EEAA Awards for Excellence program,” she added.
The winner will be announced at a gala dinner to be held as an official test event at the new International Convention Centre Sydney on November 30.
For the list of finalists visit here.