Nominations for the 2023 Australian Dental Industry Awards will open later in the year.
Benefits for your business for entering
Outstanding work merits recognition and attention, and the benefits that go with them is what makes your business' entry in the Awards so important. Your participation provides the platform to raise the visibility of your success both inside and outside the business and offers competitive differentiation as a winner with unique offerings.
When your business makes the decision to nominate in the Awards it is embarking on a process that sets your team thinking about its business process and how to improve these. Benefits flow across the organisation, staff are motivated and your clients are appreciative.
All nominees will benefit from entering the Awards. Examining the process by which excellence can be achieved helps businesses identify key areas for improvement. In addition, entering the Awards demonstrates to staff and clients that the business is committed to the pursuit of excellence.
Award Winners Receive
- A trophy
- The ability to promote your win for an unlimited period
- Promotional material for use in all of the member's marketing collateral and social media
- Publicity in ADIA publications including ongoing publicity of the win on the website
- Publicity in media releases and extensive coverage in ADIA publications
Winners in each category of the 2023 Australian Dental Industry Awards enjoy considerable profile within the industry and with the general buying public. Member companies and their employees can self-nominate for an award by addressing a range of criteria that are relevant to the particular category or categories they are entering. The submissions are then judged by a panel of industry judges.
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