PLEASE ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS BELOW TO BEGIN THE ENTRY PROCESS.
Please note, entries for the 2020 consumer-voted Travel Retail Product Awards are now closed.
Finalists will be announced in March 2020.
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on Tuesday 12 May at the Conrad Hotel, Singapore, please click here.
Cost per entry is £245 GBP. Entries close 31 January 2020.
Please note that all submissions can be modified and updated up until the closing date, using the reference number allocated when you register.
Notes on entering:
Following the success of the inaugural Travel Retail Awards in 2018 and an even more popular second edition in 2019, the awards will once again return to Singapore in May 2020 during the TFWA Asia Pacific event.
All entry submissions are to be submitted and managed via our online portal – users can submit multiple or single entries, upload images, provide all product information, plus you will receive a unique code, enabling you to re-visit your entries and make amendments should you need to do so.
*Please note airports are automatically entered based on data provided by m1nd-set’s database of international airports.
For each product entered into the awards, we will require 5 product samples to be sent to the TRBusiness UK HQ. The postal address will be provided once your entries are successfully submitted.
Each product entered will be submitted for review to 5,000 international travelling shoppers, sourced from m1nd-set’s unique database. When all the data is compiled and the winners are announced, each entry will receive a confidential evaluation document, with invaluable insights on how the product has performed.
This in-depth research and feedback will provide participating products with vital statistics, such as how appealing their brand is perceived in the DF&TR channel and exactly how they performed in the sector. Each evaluation document will reveal how the product scored vs a benchmark score for the category, as well as how certain consumer demographics perceive the brand, such as millennials versus older age groups.