Entries to the 2020 TRBusiness Travel Retail Awards are now open and will close on 31 January. Please note that all submissions can be modified and updated up until the closing date, using the reference number allocated when you register.
The fee for entering the Product Awards is £245 per entry. You can opt to add more products after you have started your nomination process using the “Add product” button. Please note that there are no fees for the Green Award category.
For more information on entry conditions for each award category, please click on the relevant link in the sub-menu above.
To enter the Product Awards and Best Green Initiative at an Airport Award, written submissions are required; these can be submitted on the online portal along with supporting images.
Five product samples will be required when entering the product awards (address details provided upon entry). Please note that product samples have to arrive by Friday 7 February at the latest. All samples will be distributed to the judges for touching, testing and tasting as part of the judging process; TRBusiness will therefore not be able to return the samples provided for the awards.
For details of all award categories, please click here.
Entry criteria for Product Awards (all categories)
Products either have to be already present in the travel retail environment or planned to launch imminently in travel retail. Products previously entered into the awards may be re-entered. Unique attributes to the travel / travel retail sector should be highlighted, eg. travel retail exclusives, special editions or travel friendly products. (100 words maximum + images)
Entry criteria for Best Green Initiative at an Airport
Entries for this award can be nominated by airports or any commercial partner at an airport: retailer, brand, F&B concessionaire, car hire/car park operator, design company. The initiative has to either have been undertaken already or in the pre-launch planning stages.
The nomination should outline the objectives of the initiative, how eco-friendly principles were integrated, how passengers were engaged, the results and the overall impact. (300 words maximum + images)