Video Awards

24 Video Awards Categories in The International Business Awards

Posted by Liz Dean on Thu, Apr 05, 2012 @ 12:34 PM

Showcase your organization’s business-related films by submitting entries in the video awards categories of The 2012 International Business Awards, the world's premier business awards program. (We are now accepting early-bird submissions with discounted entry fees through 11 April. If you can't make April's deadline, the entry deadline is 16 May and we will continue to accept late entries through 27 June; get your entry kit here.) Our corporate video competitions recognize excellence in films or videos first released or otherwise made public since January 1, 2011.

Our best video award categories include:

  • Internal/Employee Communications
  • Magazine Format
  • Meeting Modules
  • Motivational
  • OrientationThe Stevie Awards
  • P.R.: Annual Reports
  • P.R.: Government
  • P.R.: Industrial
  • P.R.: Media & Entertainment
  • P.R.: Non-Profit Fund Raising
  • P.R.: Other
  • P.R.: Technology
  • Sales: Direct Response Marketing
  • Sales: Government
  • Sales: Industrial
  • Sales: Media & Entertainment
  • Sales: Other
  • Sales: Technology
  • Sales: Product Sales
  • Sales: Service Sales
  • Security/Safety
  • Teleconferences
  • Tourism/Travel
  • Training

Starting in 2012, as part of our 10th anniversary celebration of the start of the Stevie® Awards movement, all video award entrants will be eligible to participate in our first international business award celebration with our three levels of award distinction: gold, silver and bronze. The top scoring qualifying entry in each category will receive a Gold Stevie Award.  Finalists that receive a final average score of at least 8.0 out of a possible 10 will be designated as Silver Stevie winners. All other Finalists will be designated as Bronze Stevie winners. Learn more here.

Benefits of submitting entries to the IBA's
video of the year categories include: 

  1. Free international publicity
    If chosen as a Stevie Awards winner, your organization’s video will be recognized in an international awards ceremony. Your organization will also receive acknowledgment via press coverage and our radio cast and Internet streaming.
  2. Multiple chances to win
    Our video awards and film awards categories are flexible to give you more options and increase your chances of winning a Stevie. Your organization can submit as many entries as applicable.
  3. Low entry fees
    Our video award categories have some of the lowest entry fee costs. See all entry fees here.

Leave us a comment and let us know which video you'll be submitting in the 2012 IBAs.

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Video Awards Categories in The 2011 American Business Awards

Posted by Michael Gallagher on Thu, Oct 28, 2010 @ 04:07 PM

The subject-specific categories for business- or work-related video and film productions will be the same for the 2011 ABAs as they were in 2010, but we've eliminated the function and craft categories for video and film (the categories for direction, editing, and the like).

Here are the categories in which you can enter your productions that were introduced since January 1 2010 (the letter/number combinations are our internal category codes):

H01. Internal/Employee Communications
H02. Magazine Format
H03. Meeting Modules
H04. Motivational
H05. Orientation
H06. P.R.: Annual Reports
H07. P.R.: Government
H08. P.R.: Industrial
H09. P.R.: Media & Entertainment
H10. P.R.: Non-profit Fund Raising
H11. P.R.: Other
H12. P.R.: Technology
H13. Sales: Direct Response Marketing
H14. Sales: Government
H15. Sales: Industrial
H16. Sales: Media & Entertainment
H17. Sales: Other
H18. Sales: Technology
H19. Sales: Product Sales
H20. Sales: Service Sales
H21. Security/Safety
H22. Teleconferences
H23. Tourism/Travel
H24. Training

You can enter your productions through the ABA's easy-to-use online submission system, or offline - depends on whether or not your production is available online. 

All of the video awards categories require that you submit a brief of up to 100 words about the objectives and results of your work, plus the word itself, and optionally you can provide creative and production credits for the work.

Any questions about these categories, let us know.

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