Frequently Asked Questions
Who can nominate?

All Communications and Media companies and individuals with experience are eligible to enter appropriate categories.

I have been shortlisted for an award; do I need to book a ticket? How?

All attendees must book and pay for their tickets in order to attend the National Communications Awards. Table bookings can be made by contacting the Team or click Here to book your seat.

When shall I book my seats?

The earlier you book your tickets the more chance you have of getting the best seats in the required zone. A 10% discount is given for seats booked prior to the nomination deadline and a discount of 10% is given for bookings of 2 tables or more. Click here to book your seat.

How can I improve my chances of winning an award?

We can’t stress enough how important it is that the winners will be judged on the quality of their entries and cannot rely on reputation alone. Be clear and accurate with your entry, but don’t feel the need to write thousands of words. If there is a word limit on the category guideline follow it. If not, say concisely but thoughtfully why your company’s performance is better than the rest, highlighting key achievements. Read the nomination criteria specific to your entry, and remember – Keep your focus on your achievements.

Can we send photographs or supporting documents to highlight our achievements?

It is not compulsory but some companies do like to provide testimonials from clients and photographs of work completed or initiatives undertaken. You may add any supporting materials you wish to send to the e-mail with your entry form. Please ensure individual emails do not exceed 5MB maximum.

Do we have to attend?

Representatives from nominating companies must be available on the night of the awards. By nominating yourselves, you are committing to attending should you make it to the Ghana Business Awards finals.

What timeframe do the National Communications Awards cover?

Depending on the category, activities commenced, conducted or completed (Read each category guideline carefully) between November 2019 and November 2020 are eligible.

When and where will the winners be announced?

Winners will be announced on 7th November, 2020 at the Accra Digital Centre, Accra.

What kind of audience will be in attendance?

Personalities and management from Ghana’s Communications and Media community, nominees, the media and some selected others.

What is the benefit?

The National Communications Awards will promote and celebrate Ghana Communications and Media achievement, media entrepreneurship. Option to have your company or name published in the Newspaper after the event.