TJ Awards 2015 shortlist revealed

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Written by Mary Isokariari on 1 September 2015 in News
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Today, 1st September, the shortlist for the TJ Awards 2015 has been published with nearly 80 different organisations making it through to the finalist stage. You can view the full shortlist here.  

Award entries were steady this year but there was definite growth with the numbers of entries in the best use of technology category rising by 60 per cent, while sales training rose by a massive 175 per cent.

Those who have successfully reached the shortlist will be interviewed in London over the next month. When they will face questions from the specialist judges during – to find out more about this group independent experts visit the TJ Awards website.

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The final results will be revealed at the Awards’ Gala Dinner at the Brewery in London on Wednesday 25th November – when gold, silver and bronze prize-winners will be announced in the 16 categories. This year there will also be a Special Achievement award for the most outstanding entry of 2015.

TJ’s editor Debbie Carter says: “We are delighted to receive so many excellent and varied applications this year. The standard improves each year and I am particularly glad to see a rise in both the technology and sales category for 2015.

“TJ would like to thank all the award sponsors, for helping to raise awareness of the programme and in particular Consalia in the sales arena where the growth was exceptional this year and in a topic area of such importance to organisational success.

“TJ extends its thanks to all those who entered this year and wishes all the finalists the best of luck with their interviews.”

The interviews are the final stage of judging and it is recommended that those wanting a place at the Gala Dinner book their place early by contacting Jack Davies at jack.davies@trainingjournal.com or on +44 (0)20 7593 5759.

 

 

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