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Cancellation Policy

GSCC’s policy regarding cancellations is as follows:

Any nomination cancelled after it has been accepted for judging will not receive any refund.

Category cancellation: GSCC reserves the right to cancel any CHAIN Awards category with fewer than 3 nominations. If a category is cancelled, nominees in that category will have the option to move to another category (if appropriate) or receive a full refund of the nomination fee.


Eligible Projects: Any service, application, product, project or solution that is available in Asia-Pacific and and has been launched in 2019 or no later than July 1, 2020.

Validation/Verification of Placement: Nominations must include explanatory text that supports the placement of the solution/service in the category or categories. Additionally, GSCC reserves the right to re-assign nominations to a more appropriate category.

Early Nomination Deadline: The primary deadline for submission of nominations is September 10, 2020.

Regular Nomination Deadline: Entries received after Midnight Hong Kong on September 10 but prior midnight HK on September 30, 2020 will be charged an additional US$ 100 nomination fee from the early nominations pricing.

Nominations must be paid in full to be considered for judging.

CHAIN Award Rules

Nominee-Judge Communication. Nominee communication with judges must be directly related to the review process or in response to requests for information about the nomination under review. All other communication is prohibited.

Nominee Campaigning. Employees and contracted personnel are prohibited from conducting promotional efforts to garner support from judges or members of GSCC.

Accuracy of Information or Presentation. Nominating entities are expected to provide accurate information about the nominated project. If any information provided on the nomination form should change, it is the responsibility of the primary contact to notify GSCC of the change. GSCC takes no responsibility for inaccurate information if not notified of changes.

Nominee Concerns with Judges: Any concerns relating to judge qualifications, conflicts of interest, or any other issue that might negatively affect the judging process must be submitted to GSCC staff in writing prior to the start of the review phase.

Inappropriate Claims or Representation: If, during the review process, a judge or GSCC staff discovers and confirms the existence of inappropriate claims about the nominated project, the nomination will be removed from consideration without a refund of the nomination fees.

Professional Conduct: All employees of a nominating company, contracted representatives, and judges are expected to conduct themselves according to the highest levels of professionalism, courtesy, respect, and integrity. GSCC staff will investigate any and all complaints of misconduct on the part of nominees and judges.

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