2 November 2017
The Inaugural Broadband Compare Awards

The Sapphire Room, Ponsonby Central, Auckland


2nd November 2017 marks the inaugural Broadband Compare Awards and as the broadband sector in New Zealand continues to grow and evolve, we want to bring the industry together to celebrate the diversity and achievements of the previous year.

Our industry is evolving and the Broadband Compare Awards reflect on-going innovation in our dynamic channel, ensuring we recognise and celebrate excellence and the achievements of the very best companies and employees.

Whilst receiving recognition in front of a strong audience of industry peers is a great moment, winning a Broadband Compare Award is set to become the pinnacle of 12 months hard work. Likewise the value of winning the award goes far beyond an acceptance speech and a trophy in the cabinet.

Winning entries are profiled as case studies on Broadband Compare, with winners listed online for the following year and provided with official Broadband Compare Award winner’s badges to profile the success to current and prospective customers.

Industry and public recognition

  • Valuable marketing advantage – evidence that you’ve been judged as one of the best within the New Zealand broadband sector
  • Industry recognition – showcased alongside your peers as an innovator and performer
  • Celebrate your achievements – being nominated positively affects the individuals, team and company involved
  • Support innovation within the industry – by showcasing best practice, innovation and performance
  • Cement your relationships – enter to reaffirm your relationship with your customers
  • Benchmark your achievements – understand what you want to achieve and make it happen
  • Increase the power of your proposition – an award validates your proposition to the New Zealand public

Entry criteria

There are twelve different category awards open for entry. You may enter as many categories as you see fit (just make sure you create a new entry each time, under the different category headings you’ve chosen). Each entry is assessed by the judging panel. Entering in more than one category gives you a higher chance of becoming a finalist.