Innovation in the channel is needed now more than ever.
The chronic skills gap is widening. Yet channel partners are making great strides in enabling customers to modernize their infrastructures and develop smarter, more efficient services.
The Channel Innovation Awards (CIAs) are designed to recognize channel players across North America who are at the forefront of this innovation.
Click here to see view our awards categories and find out how you can enter.
The CIAs are for those who are leading from the front, for those solution providers, distributors and vendors who are truly galvanising the channel to advance into new opportunities and growth.
Independently run, the CIAs will shine a spotlight on innovation and achievement in the North American channel over the past year.
- Become singular in a saturated market
Get involved and position yourself as a leader in the industry. Only the best of the best will be awarded top place in the Channel Innovation Awards. Bolster your position with this peer-recognised national accolade.
- Celebrate your success with laser focus
There will be 31 categories, through which you can find the best platform to tailor your responses to, and celebrate the successes of your company, in your market.
- Recognize those who make you - your staff
Show appreciation for those who make up the fabric of any organization. They are the true winners of any company award - let them know their hard work is worth shouting about!
For more information on the Channel Innovation Awards and to find out how you can enter, visit our events page.
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