British Insurance Awards deadline for entries is 1 March

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The clock is ticking to enter the 2024 British Insurance Awards – all entries must be submitted by the 1 March deadline.

If you want to be in with a shot of winning at the industry’s most prestigious insurance awards event on 3 July, submit your entry no later than 1 March.

You won’t want to miss the BIAs this year, as 2024 marks the 30th anniversary of the show, which will again take place at the Royal Albert Hall in London, home of the awards ceremony for the best part of that three-decade history.

Whether you want to highlight your young or unsung talent; make a song and dance about your digital excellence or unrivalled customer care; get due recognition for your in-house training or strides in driving the ESG agenda; or simply put yourself out there as best in class in personal lines, commercial lines, specialty lines, broking or claims handling, there should be a category for you.

Open to businesses across the insurance value chain from the smallest to the largest, a British Insurance Award is the most respected and sought-after insurance gong. Don’t risk feeling left out come the glitzy ceremony in July – make sure you are in with a chance by entering now

You have to be in it to win it. After all, there are no prizes at the 2024 BIAs for those who almost entered or those who thought about it.

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