Product of the Year Awards
Consulting-Specifying Engineer's Product of the Year Awards
Your new product could be among the winners
Winning a Product of the Year Award will:
Increase your product and brand’s visibility in Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Create sales leads from interested potential customers
Enable you to use the “Product of the Year” logo to enhance the power of your marketing and sales collateral
A panel of engineers will determine finalists in each category
All of the new product finalists will be published in the May Specifiers Guide
All 46,286 subscribers of Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine will then have an
opportunity to vote for one winner from each category
Winners will be published in the September 2008 issue of Consulting-Specifying Engineer
CSE reserves the right to not award best new product honors in every category.
Entry Categories (NEW THIS YEAR):
The awards competition will recognize the best new products from 12 categories:
1. Building Automation, Controls
3. Electrical Distribution
4. Fire Protection
5. Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning
7. Motors, Starters, Drives
9. Power Generation
10. Software: Design, Modeling, Analysis
11. Software: Collaboration, Project Management
12. Test Instruments, Meters, Data Loggers
All materials for the entry, including the entry fee payment of $295.00, must be received in Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s editorial offices by 5 pm CST
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Oak Brook, IL 60523
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