Comms Council UK Awards 2022 opens for entries

Comms Council UK, the UK body representing the VoIP and advanced communications industry, has launched the 2022 Comms Council UK Awards.

Now in its 14th year, the Comms Council UK Awards ceremony 2022 will take place on Wednesday 28th of September at Sea Containers London. The awards remain free to enter and open to the entire sector, including non-Comms Council UK members.

Eli Katz, chair of Comms Council UK, said, “We look forward to meeting representatives from across the sector and celebrating their achievements, successes, and innovations of the past 12 months. The last two years have been incredibly challenging for society but our industry has adapted tremendously, helping to keep Britain communicating effectively and securely. It will be interesting to see how the industry responds to the changing market of hybrid working, as we continue to return to some form of normality in 2022.”

Categories for 2022 are: Best ITSP SME, Best ITSP Large Enterprise, Best SOHO Service, Best Enterprise Service, Best Multi-national Service, Best Innovation, Best Comms Software, Best Comms Device, Best Infrastructure, Best Industry Integrator, and Comms Council UK Hero/Villain.

Tracey Wright, director of Magrathea, sponsors of the 2022 Awards, added, “The Awards are one of the social highlights of the year for the industry and we’re delighted to continue our partnership with the event. On behalf of everyone at Magrathea, we are looking forward to seeing colleagues, clients, and partners later in the year to celebrate the achievements of the sector. In the spirit of healthy competition, we encourage all of industry to take part. Make sure you get your entries in ahead of the deadline, primed with some strong case studies!”

The deadline for written entries is 10th June 2022, with the shortlist expected to be announced in July 2022. The Comms Council UK Awards 2022 Ceremony will be held on 28th September 2022.

ITSPA changed its name to Comms Council UK in April 2021 to reflect the reality that IP telephony has become the mainstream of communications.