It is important for the integrity of the competition that all National Champions are judged in the same way and every video entry must conform to the template and guidelines provided. Failure to do so will result in your video entry being disqualified with no possibility of progressing further in the competition.
A sample video has been produced for your convenience giving you an excellent visual demonstration of what your Video Entry should look like and the type of content the judges will be looking for. It is highly recommended that every National Champion take the time to view the sample video.
Remember there are 3 ways you can produce your video entry and it is up to you to decide which option suits you best. For your convenience the European Business Awards has produced guidelines to assist you when making your video entry to ensure it is produced to the highest standard and with relevant content that is expected by the judging panel. Step-by-step Guidelines for each option can be downloaded as follows:
Option 1: Client Produced Films (films produced by you in house). If you have the know-how, or if you have an in-house PR/media services provider who can do it for you, then you can produce your own video entry using the guidelines & video assets provided by the European Business Awards. To download the guidelines for this option click here and to download the video assets click here.
Option 2: Client Filmed/EBA Edited films (film your own video and send the footage to the European Business Awards for editing). Using the guidelines which can be downloaded here, you can opt to film your own video and send the footage to the European Business Awards who will edit & produce a finished film on your behalf at a cost of €675.
Option 3: EBA Produced Films (get the European Business Awards to produce your film from start to finish). Using the guidelines which can be downloaded here, you can opt to have your video filmed, edited and produced by the European Business Awardsfilm unit for a standard fee of €1,350.