5 reasons to nominate in Logistics Middle East Awards
With the deadline for nominations in the Logistics Middle East Awards fast-approaching, you may be thinking that you just don’t have the time, that there’s no real benefit, or that the competition is just too great, to bother nominating in the Logistics Middle East Awards.
However, you should consider the following five reasons to nominate, while also keeping in mind that the nomination process really isn’t as time-consuming or difficult as you might think.
The Logistics Middle East Awards provide you and your team with a range of benefits, including improved brand awareness and greater scope for PR opportunities (finalists are generally covered in the magazine) to name but a few.
If you have a proven success or an innovation you and your team are proud of, it makes sense to let the industry know and position your company as an industry leader.
Attract new business
Winners are guaranteed coverage in the magazine and online, and while the benefits of this additional PR are self-evident, the recognition your company receives as a leader in its field will elevate your above the competition in the minds of potential clients.
Demonstrate industry leadership
Winning an award in the logistics industry’s largest event of its kind gives you something to announce, and also demonstrates your expertise in the field. By winning an award, you're showing that the work you’re doing is of exceptional quality.
By attending the Logistics Middle East Awards you’ll be rubbing shoulders with top executives and decision makers in the industry, and if you have nominated in a given category it creates a talking point and an opportunity to leverage your leadership in your field.
Every logistics executives this magazine has ever interviewed has pointed out that the people at the organisation are what makes it great and by nomination in the awards you create something that your employees can rally around and shows you appreciate their effort.
Analyse your work
Putting together an entry gives you the opportunity to take a step back and analyse the work you've done and the processes you have in place. Even if you don’t win, you’ll be able to judge your entry against the value that the judges saw in the winning entry. This can lead to improvements, and improvements equal results.