Enter now to shine the spotlight on your team's work, and celebrate your achievements at Asia's most recognised awards
The CHAIN Awards is the most respected competition in supply chain management in Asia.
> Nomination Period from July 1st to September 30
Manufacturers, retailers and brand owners are invited to nominate for a CHAIN Award. Most companies nominate their own projects or teams, but vendors like 3PLs, software companies, consulting firms, real estate developers and technology vendors are also welcome to nominate an award on their customer’s behalf. → Submit your application!
> First Round Expert Review: Judges Evaluation & Selection of Finalists from July 30 to October 10
Determines Finalists (and 60% of overall score)
All nominated projects are evaluated by a panel of judges. CHAIN Awards judges include industry executives, academia, consultants or investors. Each project is judged against category specific criteria so that the best nominations rise to the top. Once the evaluation is complete, all nominees receive detailed feedback from their judges that can be used in marketing, promotions and to help guide future improvements. Top rated projects, teams and companies are then elevated to finalists.
> Finalists Announced on October 10
Each finalist will also be announced via email, press release/social media and a presentation of the project will be available for watching on the website. → View the schedule
> Second Round Peer Review: Public Voting of Finalists from October 20 to November 18
Determines Winners (accounts for 40% of final score)
In the second round of review, GSCC members, non-members and our extended community across APAC review and vote on the finalist projects, and the scores of both rounds are combined to determine the ultimate winners.
> Presentations at the conference on November 5
Finalists will be invited to present their projects and achievements at the CHAIN Awards Conference on November 5. The public will have an opportunity to speak directly with the finalists and ask questions during the presentations. Each finalist will be invited to make a 20-minute presentation and participate in 10 minute Q&A session with the audience. Judges will also evaluating the presentations.