Rules and Regulations


7th PAYLOAD ASIA AWARDS RULES & REGULATIONS

(Please read these rules and regulations carefully before submitting your entries)

ELIGIBILITY

There is no limit to the amount of entries that can be submitted. Each entry is a separate submission and requires its own entry form and entry fee.

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING

  • Market Development Strategy: Was the company active in its market expansion? How does it reach out to new customers and retain existing ones? An overall assessment of the Company in its approach towards gaining market share
  • Customer Service & Product Innovation: Did the company deliver any game-changing innovations? What are the views of their customers?Is the product/service easy to use?
  • Cost Effectiveness: Does its customers feel they are getting value-for-money services and products?
  • Carrier Network Coverage / Connectivity: Is the company well-connected in the region or part of a broader alliance in the industry? Are the services the Company provide seamless across its own or partner network?
  • Responsiveness & Adaptability: Was the company able to respond to unprecedented events? Did it adapt to the changing business environment?

SUBMISSIONS

Only duly completed entries using the Official Entry Form are accepted. Failure to comply may result in disqualification. In addition, each entry must include the following:

  1. An English-language powerpoint or writeup introducing the Company.
  2. All required supporting documentation as indicated in the entry form.
  3. Payment for each entry. Entries will not be included for judging if payment is not received together with the entry form.

All entry forms must include the company stamp and must be signed by one of the following: President, Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, or Head of Operations. The Organiser of Payload Asia Awards (“the Organiser”) is not responsible for late, misdirected, missing, or damaged entries.

The Organiser does not undertake the legal responsibility including (but not limited) to privacy, copyright, trademark and and so on.

The entrant is responsible for the accuracy of any information submitted. The Organiser assumes no responsibility for the acts or omissions of those individuals or entities submitting entries pursuant to this notice. All submitting entities and/or individuals are advised to review submissions with respect to correct name credits and other information and that the entrant has credited all individuals or entities who contributed to the creation of the entry that is submitted.

Submission of any entry acknowledges and grants the unrestricted right and permission of the Organiser to use the material in conjunction with the Payload Asia Awards process and ceremony, promotion and publicity in any medium. All materials, presentations, images, video, audio, print, and any other form of materials submitted becomes the property of the Organiser, and may be used in marketing or promotional materials and the Organiser is granted a non-exclusive, irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide, royalty-free, sublicensable (through multiple tiers) right to exercise the copyright, publicity and database rights including the right to use, reproduce, display, edit, copy, modify, transmit, publicly perform, extract and create derivative works thereof, in any media now known or not currently known.

It is expected that all nominees will attend the Payload Asia Awards ceremonies.

Submissions received after the closing date for the Awards will only be accepted at the discretion of the Organiser and judges. Deadline for entries is October 30, 2020.

Ineligible entries may be disqualified during any phase of the competition.

No entry fee will be refunded in the event of duplicate entries, cancellation of entries or disqualification of entries.

All submitted entry materials will only be kept for one month following the announcement of the winners. Materials can only be returned if the entrant arranges fully paid return delivery costs as otherwise the Organiser shall dispose of the entry materials in any manner it deems fit.

Only entries that receive an award may refer to such award in advertising and publicity materials.

The Payload Asia Awards trophy is the intellectual property, including copyright, design rights and trade mark rights of Harvest Information Pte Ltd (“Harvest”).  Harvest has the exclusive right to and not limited to, reproduce, manufacture, copy, and sell the Payload Asia Awards trophy in any size or medium, and to distribute or exploit the design of the Payload Asia Awards trophy or reproductions of the same by gift, sale, re-sale or licence. No reproduction, replica or other copy of the Payload Asia Awards trophy may be made or used by any manufacturer, advertiser, organization or individual except with the express written consent of Harvest. An entrant who has received a Payload Asia Awards trophy shall not be permitted to reproduce a replica of the Payload Asia Awards trophy or sell or otherwise dispose of it without first offering in writing to sell it to Harvest for the sum of S$1.00. Harvest shall have 30 days to accept the offer.