Rules for Connected Design Awards Entry
Connected Design is honored to present the 2019 Design and Architecture in Smart Home Awards to the best products available to the custom installation industry this year. We are in search of products that stand out for being design centric, innovative, high-performing, and solutions-oriented for the custom installation professional.
Once all nominations are received, a team of judges will vote on the commendable products. Entrants are not limited to the number of products per company that may be entered. Each entry must have complete contact information and a 200-word-or-less description of why the product should be selected as a winner!
Winners will be featured on the Connected Design website in September as well as the Connected Design Digital Winter Edition, and every winning entry is welcome to proudly display the prestigious award logo on their website and in their advertising and sales materials.
- Product must have shipped between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019. No embargo should be active on any product after September 10th, 2019. Judges, who will be asked to review entries prior to some embargos being lifted, will sign NDA’s upon request
- Existing products that have been upgraded or enhanced may be eligible for entry.
- Submission Price (Begins July 23rd, 2019): $499.00
- Nominations Deadline: August 16rd, 2019 at 5 PM PST
Ct.lab Global Media reserves the right to re-categorize entries, create new categories or eliminate categories when appropriate. Winners will be notified by mail or e-mail after judging is final. Winners will be announced in accordance with publishing rules and rights in association with this product and program. There are no refunds or return payments of any kind in association with this Awards Program except in the event that the user accidentally submits multiple entries for the same exact Award and, only after investigation, the Connected Design Awards team deems it appropriate that a refund is warranted due to system or user error that would result in the same exact product or entry being put into the system whereas the entry was not intended.