Terms and Conditions

Titan Business Awards (Titan Awards) assumes all entries are original and the entrant either owns the submission or has permission from a client or other appropriate party to enter the work, with all rights granted therein. In the event that an entrant without such rights submits an entry, the entrant will not be eligible for the competition. Titan Business Awards (Titan Awards) is not liable for any copyright infringement on the part of the entrant. Submission of any entry acknowledges the right of Titan Business Awards to use it for exhibition and publication in any medium, however work entered into the competition can remain private upon written request from the entrant.

Timely submission of an entry meeting the eligibility requirements and payment of the entry fee as stated herein ensures that an entrant's work will be reviewed and considered for recognition. No other representation or warranty is made by Titan Business Awards (Titan Awards) concerning entries and all implied warranties are hereby expressly disclaimed.

If an entrant's submission receives an award, the manner and details of announcing such nomination and award is strictly within the discretion of Titan Business Awards (Titan Awards). Entrant understands that all awards may not be given or publicized in the same manner or form.

Submission:

  • Entries must be produced within the last two calendar years up through the final deadline.
  • Entries may not have been previously entered in the Titan Business Awards competition.
  • All entries must be submitted for judging exactly as published, aired or implemented and may not be modified for the competition. The Titan Business Awards may request proof of initial production, publication and/or air date.
  • A written translation or adaptation must accompany non-English entries.
  • Some entries may qualify for multiple categories; if so, treat each entry as a separate submission.
  • The awards reserves the right to re-categorize incorrectly classified entries.
  • Judges reserve the right to withhold an award in a category if submissions do not meet their expectations.