Do you want to write the very best award submission you can and increase your chances of actually winning?
Nikita Morell and I have pooled all our know-how and all our experience to come up with the Architects Award Submission Handbook, a step-by-step guide on how to write a great submission.
We’re selling it as a beautifully designed, tree-saving PDF, and once you’ve made your payment through PayPal or Stripe you’ll be given a link to download it. It’s then yours for as long as you need it.
If you’re still wondering whether it’s right for you, read on below. Or get in touch with me and we can talk it through.
Loads of excellent tips and really brought to life with all the examples‘ Sue Austin, Sue Austin Consulting
If you want to win, you need to put yourself in the running.
But how do you do that?
Well, the good news is this: there’s a proven system to creating a good award application – one that stands out and rises to the top of the pile. So whilst you can’t guarantee a win (unless of course you bribe the judges… which we don’t recommend), there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of winning.
We share all of this and more inside the Architects Award Submission Handbook.
Perfect for you if you:
- Are guilty of copy-pasting project text from old submissions or random proposals.
- Leave your award entries until the very, very last minute. (Don’t waste time second-guessing yourself; this toolkit will help you quickly answer award entry questions.)
- Keep entering awards but still don’t have any ‘wins’ under your belt.
- Have never entered an award before and don’t know where to start.
- Are out of your comfort zone when it comes to words (you’re a visual creature, and words are not your ‘thing’).
What do you get?
- An easy-to-follow process on how to answer questions, plus real-life examples. (Use this process over and over for future award submissions.)
- Insider secrets from architecture award judges, giving you insight into what they are looking for and how to win them over.
- An award tracker template (in Google Sheets) which you can copy and use to help organise and keep track of your own award entries.
- Editing tips and tricks to sharpen your award submission (with links to additional copywriting resources to help you). These tips can be applied to all your marketing and communications copy.
How can you get the toolkit?
- Our toolkit is a beautifully designed, tree-saving PDF. Once you’ve paid for it through PayPal or Stripe, you’ll be able to click on a link to download it.