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Expect a lot of fame.
Our first-ever Made in Vancouver Awards have just launched, and we understand there are questions. We’re here to answer them.So there’s the obvious, yes: what category should I enter? But perhaps even more important is this one: just what do I get out of this?
We’re dedicating our summer issue to each of the winners and honourees in the special Made in Vancouver Awards edition of Vancouver magazine. Expect to be treated like the star you are. (Photo: Jorge Zapata)
We’ll be all over vanmag.com and Instagram, Facebook and Twitter celebrating the top finalists in each of our 7 categories, and sharing web badges that declare you a Finalist in the first-ever Made in Vancouver Awards. (Photo: Dominik Scythe)
We’ve invited the best in the business to judge each category, and this is your chance to have their full attention. (Photo: Adam Jaime)
Those top finalists and winners in our Made in Vancouver Awards will be invited to participate in our first-ever pop-up market, putting your Made in Vancouver products in front of the general public—just in time for the holiday season. (Photo: Joanna Kosinska)
Don’t let your school training mean our deadline of February 15 is the day you submit. Save yourself the stress, and get your entry together now! It’s a simple process—mix a drink, sit down to the paperwork, and get it out the door.