Enter Caterersearch.com Web Awards now – deadline extended

05 September 2008
Enter Caterersearch.com Web Awards now – deadline extended

Do you have a website worth shouting about? The Caterersearch.com Web Awards entry deadline has been extended to the 19 September - so there is still plenty of time to enter your website.

The awards are designed to acknowledge and celebrate the growth in online activity throughout the hospitality industry.

The Caterersearch.com Web Awards will recognise the best websites in the industry and reward the organisations and individuals involved in designing, managing, marketing or promoting them.

Websites will be judged on criteria including visual design, innovation, content, interactivity, ease of use, commercial success or potential and overall user experience. The awards will be presented at a ceremony in the autumn.

Categories comprise restaurant website - independent or group hotel website - independent or group foodservice website pub or bar website equipment supplier website food or drink supplier website recruitment website digital marketing campaign innovation/interactive feature and website of the year, which will involve a users' vote. Entry for each category is £95.

For further details go to www.caterersearch.com/webawards.

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