Get your photography ready and your project details in order, because you’ve got until April 1st to enter INDE.Awards 2021!
19 March, 2021
You’ve asked and we’ve listened – you now have 2 more weeks to enter the INDE.Awards! Have your entry submitted by April 1st to join the 2021 cohort.
Since opening entries last December, the INDE.Awards have been flooded with entries from all corners of the Indo Pacific. As an event that shines a spotlight on the extraordinary achievements of local and regional design, the current calibre of entries is a testament to the progress and innovation of the wider region.
However, with many countries, economies and business still finding their feet after 2020, we are aware that entry processes are taking more time than they ordinarily may. In response to the requests coming through to us from our network, we are excited to offer all potential entrants an additional two weeks to enter, ensuring everyone has time to be part of the INDE.Awards program for 2021.
So get your photography ready and your project details in order, because you’ve got until April 1st to get your entries in! This is your chance to get your team and your work noticed on the global stage, to celebrate all that you’ve achieved in the last year and reconnect with the wider industry in a night to remember.
Your five entry essentials
Entry Guide – everything you need to know
Category List – choose which category you’ll enter
Category Criteria – the big picture vision
Entry Pricing – scaled entry fees for the entire region
Contact us – we’re happy to help
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