The International Critical Communications Awards shortlist has been announced, with the event once again attracting "a range of high-quality entrants," according to the organisers.
The winners will be announced during TCCA’s Critical Communications World event in Helsinki in May. The complete list of finalists and their respective categories can found here.
Discussing the awards, a TCCA spokesperson said: "The ICCAs are the most prestigious awards in the critical communications sector, celebrating the best in products, services, innovation and achievements as determined by a panel of independent expert judges.
"The ICCAs also recognise individuals who have pushed boundaries throughout their career, invigorating the sector. These ‘individual achievement’ categories include TCCA Young Engineer of the Year; Champion for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion; and the inaugural Phil Kidner Award for Outstanding Contribution to Critical Communications."
Discussing the awards, TCCA CEO, Kevin Graham, said: “The ICCAs are crucial to our sector, highlighting the amazing work carried out throughout our industry. Like Critical Communications World itself, they position innovation front and centre, providing a crucial benchmark and helping to drive critical communications forward.”
Chair of the judges, Robin Davis, said: “The quality of entries for the 2023 ICCAs was truly extraordinary. Entrants gave our panel of independent judges a tremendously difficult task, and those who have made it through to the shortlist should be immensely proud of themselves.On behalf of TCCA I would like to extend my sincere thanks to our judges for their time and commitment in evaluating all the entries.”
The 2023 ICCAs will take place at the Scandic Park Hotel in Helsinki, following the first day of this year’s Critical Communications World on Tuesday May 23rd.
Author: Philip Mason