The Australian Insurance Industry Business Awards – how to write a winning entry

Winning bestows prestige; it raises insurers’ profiles and those of their hard-working staff.

The Australian insurance industry offers two main business awards each year: ANZIIF’s AIIA (Australian Insurance Industry Awards) and the Insurance Business Awards Australia; both are high profile business awards for insurers, their teams and those supporting the industry.

Both AIIA and Insurance Business Awards Australia offer different entry categories. Entrants can choose to enter more than one category and finalists can look forward to learning if they are award winners at a gala evening.

The benefit of entering the awards is that it gives insurers and their teams the chance to look back at their achievements over the previous year. It’s a tremendous way to celebrate the hard work of employees and to build team morale.

Many insurance industry businesses don’t have time to document their achievements during the year in short case studies. Entering the AIIA and Insurance Business Awards changes that – writing an award entry forces insurers and other entrants to think hard about their projects, innovations and other developments from the past 12 months.

If you’re entering the Australian Insurance Industry Awards or Insurance Business Awards, allow enough time to draft, edit and proofread your award entry. The length of your responses is limited by word counts so having enough writing and editing time is important.

One way to give yourself more time is by using the expert business award writers at Proof Communications.

We help business people and businesses across Australia to become award-winners. Over 95% of our clients are shortlisted for their awards and more than 73% go on to win. We’ve written business award entries for winners of the Telstra Business Awards, Australian Business Awards, Optus My Business Awards, and many industry awards.

For help with writing, proofreading or editing your business awards, contact Award Writers at Proof Communications on 02 8036 5532 or 0411 123 216 or head to the contact page.

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