FAQ's


1. How much does it cost to enter these awards?

The standard fees are GBP350 for a single category entry, and GBP250 for additional category entries. Organisations eligible for discounts (SMEs and non-Corporates) pay GBP150 per entry, regardless of how many categories are entered. Corporate Register Full Members may enter one category free of charge, Affiliate Members receive 50% discount on their first category entry. More on Membership here.

2. Which reports are eligible?

The report must have been published between September 1 2016 and August 31 2017, and be profiled on Corporate Register

3. What are the award categories?

For a listing of our ten categories, and more detailed explanations, click here.

4. Who can vote for the CRRA?

Voting is open to all signed-up Corporate Register users. It’s free to sign up. Please note that we have voting integrity procedures to ensure voters are genuine stakeholders. If you are an employee of an organisation entered in the CRRA, we won’t allow votes for your own organisation – these will be deleted.

5. How many winners will there be for each category?

There will be one winner per category together with first and second runner-up. All three will receive a mention in the CRRA report and at the awards ceremony

6. Do entrants receive feedback?

Yes, we make every effort to collect feedback and report back to organisations participating in the CRRA. Every entrant will receive feedback on the shortlisting process, and every shortlisted entrant (ten per category) receives a full feedback report with charts and statistics when the voting is concluded. Sample report here and here.

7. Will you continue to publish an annual CRRA report?

Yes, as in previous years we will publish a report which will outline current reporting trends, give details of category winners and runners-up, together with hot reporting topics. This report will be available from Corporate Register as a free download for registered users.