In it, to win it! The British Insurance Awards 2023 deadline is 8 days away

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With a closing date of 17 March, you will need to start preparing your 2023 British Insurance Awards entries sooner rather than later to make the cut; and be in with a chance of winning at the industry’s most prestigious insurance awards show.

Whether you want to highlight unsung or young talent; make a song and dance about your technology and /or customer service; or get due recognition for the strides you have made across ESG or handling claims there will be an award for you.

Open to businesses right across the insurance value chain from the smallest to the largest, a British Insurance Award is THE most respected and sought after insurance gong, and so to not feel left out come the glitzy ceremony on Wednesday 5 July at the historic Royal Albert Hall make sure you are in with a chance by entering now.

You have to be in it, to win it. There are no prizes at the 2023 BIAs for those that almost entered or thought about it.

For more information click here and start your entry today

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