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Happiest Organisation or Business Entry Form

Please use the form below to make your nominations which should include full contact details and a statement of no more than 500 words explaining why your nominees deserve to win.

The statement should give specific examples of the measures the organisation or person employs to fulfil the award criteria and examples of how and why they embody and embrace happiness in their professional capacity.

You can enter more than one organisation or person but please use separate forms for each nominee.

Please make sure you let nominees know you have nominated them so when we contact them they are aware of the award.

Finalists will be notified by email by 24th Oct 2016.

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Terms and Conditions

By submitting your form and materials to us you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions:

  • You warrant to us that any material you submit to us is your own original work and that you own the copyright and any other relevant rights.
  • You warrant that the material you submit is not obscene, offensive, defamatory of any person or otherwise illegal.
  • By entering the awards, entrants understand that the information they provide about their company (excluding all personal contact information which will remain confidential at all time) may be used by the Happiness Awards for marketing purposes at any time in the future.



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