How do I contact you? Let us know what event/ award you are querying and email us at email@example.com
Is there a fee for submitting a nomination? - Yes, there is a one-time fee of £350.00. Once paid, you have unlimited entries to any awards.
Who can participate? - All organisations are welcome to apply for an award. Submissions are accepted from organisations operating worldwide, regardless of their global or local scope.
What are the selection criteria for the awards? - Each category has its own set of criteria, which you can explore on our website here
Are there any sponsorship or partnership opportunities available for the awards? - Yes, you can explore further details here
Who are the judges or decision-makers for the awards? - You can find the judges here
When are the deadlines for submitting nominations? - Entries Close at midnight on May 5th 2024
How do I submit my entry? - Once registered, you will receive a link to our official submission form. This is the sole method for entry.
When and how will the winners be announced? - Once the judges have completed their shortlisting process, those entered will receive an email notification. The winners will not be announced until the Ceremony on the 10th of September.
How do I watch virtually? - Register for your virtual ticket here and create your account on Brella, our virtual event platform built for networking. On the day of the event, head to the event page on Brella and navigate to the ‘Stream’ tab on the left-hand side to view the live streams.
How can I network with other attendees? - Live chats in Brella allow you as an attendee to communicate with other attendees, speakers, sponsors, or the event organiser.
During events on Brella, you can find live chats in the Schedule sessions, Stream tab, or virtual booths. The live chats are always located on the right side of the screen.
When creating a profile for Brella, you are prompted to select your interests. With Brella’s built-in AI matchmaking, attendees will be suggested to you for networking based on your shared interests.
I have a technical problem with Brella, what should I do? - Contact Brella here.
How do I set up a Brella profile? - You can sign up for a Brella account here or follow the link sent along with your ticket.
How can I ask the speaker questions? - When the event is ongoing, you will be able to use the live chat function, Slido, to submit your question directly to the stage host. You will find the live chat to the right of the Stream, allowing you to watch and submit questions simultaneously.
How do I set up a Virtual Meeting through Brella? - Virtual meetings can be scheduled before and during the event through Brella. The only requirement to have meetings at the event is to set up your networking availability.
- Then, you can attend meetings in two ways depending on the event type you are attending (in-person or virtual).
- Once logged into Brella you need to suggest, accept or decline a meeting.
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How do you view the Agenda in Brella? - You can view our interactive agenda here
How do you move your Agenda into a Personal Calendar, such as Google - To synchronise your Schedule, you need to bookmark sessions and go to the Brella App (next.brella.io), go to the Agenda page, then scroll down and click on Calendar sync at the bottom of the right side menu. Find out how to sync different calendars here
How to Suggest & Respond to Meeting Requests - To send a meeting request, Go to the event homepage on Brella and navigate to the Networking/People's page.
- Click on a person's profile, and check their networking availability from the right-side panel of your Schedule.
- Select a time that suits you both
- Introduce yourself and click Suggest Meeting
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How to View Videos After the Event - All sessions will be uploaded to the Sustainability Magazines website, you can find these here.
How to Log Back in Once Registered? - Click here
How do I View a Stream? - To view a live stream, register for a virtual ticket to the event and create your Brella profile. You can then view the live stream during the event time by using the ‘Stream’ tab on the left-hand side.
Does the venue include wifi? - Yes, this information will be signed at the venue.
Where is the Queen Elizabeth II Centre? - Broad Sanctuary, London SW1P 3EE - You can find out the best route to travel by visiting their site here.
What to do when you get there? - Follow signage to the reception where you will have your QR code scanned (which will be provided via email) and given an attendee badge to wear throughout the event. To reduce paper waste we would prefer you to bring back your day 1 badge for day 2.
Can I reserve a space for a session? - No, however, stage 1 has a capacity of 300 and Stage 2, 100. We recommend arriving early to avoid disappointment.
Can I reserve a space in a Workshop? - No, these come on a first come first basis, as these are very popular we do recommend arriving early to avoid disappointment.
Is food and drink available? - During the event, free tea, coffee & water will be provided - Lunch will be available to purchase from vendors at the event. (Networking drinks will be provided at the end of the day). Vegan & Vegetarian options are available, if you have any specific dietary requirements then let the on-site team know.
Who do I go to if I need any help or assistance throughout the day? - You will find a staff member at the Sustainability Magazine exhibitor stand.
Can I Recycle My Badge? - You can drop your badge off at the collection box next to reception.
How can I view sessions post-event? - You will have access to all sessions on-demand 3 weeks after the event or you can view all sessions via the Sustainability Magazines website here