A call for judges for the Ecommerce Excellence Awards
Due to an extraordinary number of enquiries about The Ecommerce Excellence Awards and a level of interest beyond our expectations we need to increase the size of the jury.
The jury for The Ecommerce Excellence Awards is such an important part of what will make the awards successful. Complete transparency is vital in the judging of any awards scheme as is the requirement for the judges to be experts within their field.
If you’d like to be included in the Ecommerce Excellence Awards jury please email Siobhan Barlow.
The jury process will take place in early June.
Needless to say, no jury members will judge a category that includes their own work and we’ll make sure we match your expertise to an appropriate category.
In terms of the amount of time that is required to be a juror - it does depend on your approach but The Ecommerce Excellence Awards site has been designed to make the judging process as efficient as possible - you won’t need to print out hundreds of pages of entries and supporting materials!
As a rule of thumb, the pre scoring stage of the judging takes about 2-3 hours and the panel discussion 40 minutes.
In terms of why people enjoy judging awards programs - it's a great way to meet and connect with your peers and you get a front-row view of the best work that’s being done by the best people in the sector.
We’ll also include you as a jury member on The Ecommerce Excellence Awards website so there’s a nice profile element to it as well.
Please note that we make sure our jury is diverse, includes only senior Ecommerce professionals and is a mix of in-house and agency side professionals. So if you’re unsuccessful in applying this year, it’s nothing personal and the likelihood is that we’ll make sure we invite you in the future.
Here is the full list of categories for The Ecommerce Excellence Awards.
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