ChamberConnect: Top Tips for Writing an Award-winning Entry

ChamberConnect is a series of interactive virtual events which have been designed to support businesses and their staff through the current Coronavirus crisis.

These events will allow you to learn, ask questions and stay up-to-date on a variety of topics which will be affecting your business at such an uncertain time.


Tune in via video conference app Zoom to hear from Nikhita Keshwara, Account Manager at Shooting Star.

Writing award entries for the first time can seem daunting, but there are several benefits that come with entering your business into awards. You might not think there is an award out there for your industry, but nowadays there are awards to suit every business and sector – and often it’s worth thinking outside the box.

At Shooting Star we provide an award writing service and help our clients at different stages of the process, all the way from identifying which awards to enter, researching and writing the application from scratch, through to proof-reading, editing and submitting entries.

During this webinar Nikhita will be sharing some of her top tips to help you write that five-star submission.

As a partner of the Lincolnshire Live Business Awards and host of other awards, Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce have partnered with Lincolnshire Live part of Reach Plc to help businesses with their award submissions.

Since joining Shooting Star in 2017, Nikhita has supported various clients with their award entries, which have ranged from local awards such as the Lincolnshire Media Business Awards, through to writing entries on behalf of clients for The Telegraph’s 50 Most Ambitious Leaders Awards.

On a day-to-day basis, Nikhita works on campaigns for a mixture of B2B and B2C organisations across several sectors including tourism, manufacturing and housing. Her work includes news release writing, social media management, award writing, generating specialist industry comment, crisis management and event support.

A FREE workshop funded by ERDF Collaboration 4 Growth (C4G project) in collaboration with Lincoln BIG.
This is a FREE workshop for all businesses, however priority will be given to those businesses in the eligible Collaboration 4 Growth areas of West Lindsey, City of Lincoln and North Kesteven.
Only businesses who are both operating and registered within Lincoln, North Kesteven and West Lindsey are eligible to receive up to 12 hours of business support at no cost thanks to the project funding from the European Regional Development Fund.

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