99 problems but awards ain’t one

With one off 100 entries by Osborn achieving finalist places for clients, we’ve got 99 problems but awards ain’t one.*

The latest round of award finalist announcements has added to the tally of Osborn clients gaining recognition for their efforts.

Since September 2021, 99 submissions produced by the Osborn team have resulted in finalist placings, 21 of which have resulted in our clients taking home silverware – so far.

With the economic pressures growing on businesses, standing out from the crowd through an awards competition can make a big impact.

Business competitions offer strong marketing opportunities, as being named a finalist gives you the chance to generate PR and publicity purposes, while aligning your brand with other successful companies.

The team at Osborn Communications are experienced in supporting clients through the award process, identifying their strongest opportunities to meet the category criteria and outperform the competition.

With 2023 likely to be a year where businesses need to stand out from the crowd, we can help
Chris Leggett
Director

Osborn Director Chris Leggett said: “We are pleased to begin 2023 where left off last year in helping clients gain recognition for their work by being named finalists for prestigious business award prizes.

“As well as delivering impactful content for internal and external audiences, digital support and training services, we specialise in producing award submissions which resonate with judges.

“With 2023 likely to be a year where businesses need to stand out from the crowd, we can help so get in touch to find out how.”

Companies who want to generate brand awareness through press, public relations, website news stories and social media will be offered practical guidance at our free event next month.

Click here to sign up. Please note that bookings will close at 3pm on Monday 17 February. 

Osborn director and former BBC news journalist Chris Leggett will lead businesses through strategies and practical advice for the Black Country Chamber of Commerce event, titled How to engage target audiences using content, on 28 February at Ignite on Railway Drive in Wolverhampton.

To hear more about how Osborn can help your business sell through sharing good news, please get in touch

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* Hat tip to BD Dalton for Jay-Z link