Entry guidelines

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Who can enter

Entries are sought from independent intermediaries, either from individuals or companies. Entries in more than one category are encouraged and all categories are open apart from the Health Insurance Intermediary of the Year award – the winner of which is selected from entries to the other categories. If you wish to nominate someone for the Outstanding Contribution Award please email [email protected] with their name and company.

There is no charge to enter.

How to enter

  1. Select – your category, the full list can be found in the entry guide.
  2. Complete – the online entry form explaining in 1,000 words or less, why you or your company should be considered a winner this year. Please refer to the category criteria in the entry guide.

The rules

  • All entries must be written in English.
  • Limit your entry to 1,000 words
  • All entries must be accompanied by a 50 word synopsis of the entry as you would like it to appear on all publicity material (this is in addition to the 1,000 word entry)
  • All entries must be submitted via our online entry system.
  • All entries must be based on activities undertaken from activities undertaken since June 2017 – July 2018
  • Read the category criteria for guidance and then outline details of a “real life” client case study, completed during the qualifying period
  • Additional information can be supplied – but may not be considered – to a limit of 10 pages. In  exceptional circumstances and when no decision can be reached will the judges consider additional information
  • Plan ahead to ensure it arrives in plenty of time so that, should it be incomplete, there will still be time to correct and re-submit it before the closing date.
  • Entries must be received by 10th August 2018.

Multiple entries

Companies may enter more than one category, provided that each entry has been specifically written to address the relevant criteria and is accompanied by a separate 50 word synopsis

How do the judges select the Health Insurance awards winners?

The Health Insurance Awards are independently judged. Once entries have been received and processed they will be distributed to the judges.

In August the judges will convene to discuss all the entries and will use the published criteria to individually discuss each entry. The judging panel comprises independent, senior industry experts, chosen for their knowledge, objectivity and credibility. Judges evaluate all categories relevant to their specialist knowledge, expertise and experience, ensuring a considered, educated response to your submission.

The chair of the judging panel reserves the right to cast any deciding vote, should the need arise. The judges’ decision is final. All companies/individuals short listed will be notified directly by Health Insurance Daily by the beginning of September. Short listed companies/individuals will also be announced on healthinsurancedaily.com


Entrants must make sure that client case studies comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act. This means that intermediaries should either obtain clients’ permission to supply data or ensure that clients cannot be identified.

As the awards organiser, Informa recognises and respects the sensitive nature of the information submitted in the entries. We ensure that this extends to our Judging Panel and as such require each judge to sign a confidentiality agreement before they are appointed. Entries are not disclosed or discussed outside of the judging process. Where an entry is shortlisted, extracts from the entry summary only may be sourced for inclusion in the awards ceremony and any subsequent editorial coverage. Please ensure your entry summary contains no confidential or sensitive information. All entries and supporting material will be destroyed after the awards presentations.

The Judging Panel for each award will be selected to avoid any conflict of interest.